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Teleportation of massive particles without shared entanglement

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Old 11-16-2007, 05:38 PM
Franz Josef
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Default Teleportation of massive particles without shared entanglement



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"We propose a method for quantum state transfer from one atom
laser beam to another via an intermediate optical field, using
Raman incoupling and outcoupling techniques. Our proposal utilises
existing experimental technologies to teleport macroscopic matter
waves over potentially large distances without shared entanglement."
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