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Abstract

The term quantum nonlocality appears in various guises in the literature. Broadly speaking it denotes a form of quantum mechanical action at a distance, when a distant influence is counterintuitive because of the absence of a classically describable form of physical mediation. At the outset we must emphasize that a discussion of nonlocality cannot begin unless we clearly define the notion of spatial separation between relevant physical events involving localized entities. Yet this defies a precise definition if we remain confined within the standard framework of quantum mechanics, where wave functions are only abstract symbols for computing observable probabilities.

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Entangle State Beam Splitter Hide Variable Local Realism Quantum Nonlocality 
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  • Dipankar Home
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  1. 1.Bose InstituteCalcuttaIndia

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