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When light and atoms share a common vibe

On Dec 21, 2020
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RT @EPFL_en: Scientists from @epflSB, @MIT and @CEA_Officiel demonstrate a state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times by measuring the strongest class of quantum correlations between light beams that interact with the vibration. @EPFL_Galland https://t.co/1g0DmNmfG9 https://t.co/p71KAijjiU
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Scientists from EPFL, MIT, and CEA Saclay demonstrate a state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times. They evidence this quantum superposition by measuring the strongest class of quantum correlations between light beams that interact with the vibration.

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On Dec 21, 2020
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RT @EPFL_en: Scientists from @epflSB, @MIT and @CEA_Officiel demonstrate a state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times by measuring the strongest class of quantum correlations between light beams that interact with the vibration. @EPFL_Galland https://t.co/1g0DmNmfG9 https://t.co/p71KAijjiU
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When light and atoms share a common vibe

When light and atoms share a common vibe

Scientists from EPFL, MIT, and CEA Saclay demonstrate a state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times. They evidence this quantum superposition by measuring the ...

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A state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times

A state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times

Scientists from EPFL, MIT, and CEA Saclay demonstrate a state of vibration that exists simultaneously at two different times. They evidence this quantum superposition by measuring the ...

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