Collapse-induced quantum nonlocal effect

Abstract

In this article we attempt to bring out some significant general aspects of what we call collapse-induced quantum nonlocal effects resulting from the use of the hypothesis of wave function collapse.

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Home, D., Kar, G. Collapse-induced quantum nonlocal effect. Found Phys 27, 1765–1770 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02551450

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Keywords

  • Nonlocal Effect
  • Localize Entity
  • Spin Observable
  • Subsequently Particle
  • Real Physical Process