Hector Cruz-Ramirez, Roberto Ramirez-Alarcon, Maria Corona, Karina Garay-Palmett and Alfred B. U’Ren
Spontaneous parametric processes have proved to be integral to the advancement of quantum information science. Their incredible versatility, in terms of the emission properties of entangled photons, allows for nearly unimaginable applications in the transmission and processing of quantum information.
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Publish Date: 01 November 2011
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