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Quantum Optics Teaching Laboratory

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Quantum optics teaching laboratory consists of four experiments for undergraduates: (1) entanglement and Bell’s inequalities, (2) single-photon interference, (3) confocal microscope imaging of single-emitter fluorescence, (4) Hanbury Brown and Twiss setup. Fluorescence antibunching.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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