In the ghost interference experiment, a pair of entangled particles is sent in the opposite directions; one of the particles passes through a Young double-slit while the other continues its way freely. It turns out that the particles passing through the slits do not show any first-order interference while those propagating freely constitute an interference pattern when they are detected in coincidence with those which pass through the slits and detectedat a fixed position. In this work, we consider that the particles are charged and the effect of a confined magnetic field is analysed between the slits in an Aharonov–Bohm configuration.
Volume 93 | Issue 6
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