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Q: How do Bell pairs (entangled particles) behave experimentally?
Photons (and particles in general) come in two basic flavors: definite state and indefinite state. However, if one photon passes through a vertical polarizer, it has no bearing on the other. The other diagonal polarization is . For example, the chance of finding a vertically polarized photon in the horizontal state is impossible, which is what you would expect. Even though this Bell state looks like diagonal polarization, it’s not.
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