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Quantum interference and entanglement of photons which do not overlap in time

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Abstract

We discuss the possibility of quantum interferences and entanglement of photons which exist at different intervals of time. The corresponding two-photon correlation function is shown to violate Bell’s inequalities.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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