Quantum Mechanics Concepts: 2 Photon Polarisation (continued)

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Quantum Mechanics Concepts: 2 Photon Polarisation (continued)by wpjljron.Quantum Mechanics Concepts: 2 Photon Polarisation (continued)Part 2 of a series: continues photon polarisation.

Part 2 of a series: continues photon polarisation.

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  1. fadibitz27 August, 2013 at 4:04 pm

    Fun Fact: To create circular-polarized light:

    1. First constrain the light to a linear 45° polarization.
    2. Send the linear-polarized light through a “quarter-wave retarder.

    NOTE: A quarter-wave retarder retards one component of the light so that one component of the light that emerges 90° behind the other, thus 90° out of phase.

    To reverse the polarization, rotate the retarding medium.

    Circular-polarized photons reverse their polarization when reflected.

  2. Alakesh Kalita27 August, 2013 at 1:56 pm

    nice 1.doc rocks

  3. YouKaeptn27 August, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    Great job!
    Now we need to work out the QM representation for Bell’s Inequality.
    In the video (Bell’s Inequality) you are working out the probability for hidden variables representation being 1/3 or more and only stating the QM representation being 1/4.

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