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Segunda revolución cuántica

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Conceptos de la Mecánica Cuántica

- Dualidad Onda-Corpúsculo

- Efecto túnel

- Superposición -> Interpretaciones Cuánticas

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- Colapso/Decoherencia Schlosshauer (2005)

- Indeterminación

- Entrelazamiento / Entaglement

An experimental demonstration of the existence of entanglement is called a Bell test or a Bell’s inequality violation, because it tests a particular equation that John Bell proposed. (We mostly use a different mathematical form of the test these days, but no matter.) The first demonstration was by Freedman and Clauser, in 1972, and a famous experiment was conducted by Aspect, Grangier, and Roger in 1981. Further experiments refined the test over the last three decades. 2015 was an especially good year for Bell tests. Here are links to some popular science reports for experiments conducted at universities throughout the world.

Libros de Mecánica Cuántica

Webinars de Mecánica Cuántica