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Maximally Entangled Mixed States and the Bell Inequality

Munro, W.J.; Nemoto, K.

HPL-2001-66

Keyword(s): characterisation of entanglement; Bell inequalities

Abstract: Recently a class of maximally entangled states has been proposed that has the maximum amount of entanglement for a given purity. We investigate how such states violate the conventional Bell inequality and discuss its implication. Notes: K. Nemoto, School of Informatics, Dean Street, University of Wales, Bangor, LL57 1UT, UK

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