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In summary, Bell's inequality in Quantum Entanglement is a mathematical expression that measures the correlation between two entangled particles. It was first discovered by physicist John Bell in 1964 through a thought experiment known as the "EPR paradox". While it can be violated in experiments, it provides a way to test and understand quantum mechanics and has potential applications in quantum technologies such as computing and cryptography.

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Hi LTK,

You can look at the proof at http://www.vttoth.com/BELL/BELL.htm and I think the articles at http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9404178 & http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/nature/journal/v409/n6822/full/409791a0_r.html are useful for you.

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You can look at the proof at http://www.vttoth.com/BELL/BELL.htm and I think the articles at http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9404178 & http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/nature/journal/v409/n6822/full/409791a0_r.html are useful for you.

See you soon

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There are many documents online describing Bell's inequality but almost is very difficult to read. Ok,now I find something useful. Do you want to discuss about it.

Bell's inequality in Quantum Entanglement is a mathematical expression that tests the limits of classical physics by measuring the correlation between two entangled particles. It states that if two particles are truly entangled, their measurements will always be correlated, regardless of the distance between them.

Bell's inequality was first discovered by physicist John Bell in 1964. He used a thought experiment known as the "EPR paradox" to show that entangled particles could not be explained by classical physics and must have some form of hidden, non-local connection.

Yes, Bell's inequality can be violated in experiments involving entangled particles. This violation is known as "Bell's inequality violation" and provides evidence for the existence of quantum entanglement and the failure of classical physics to fully explain it.

Bell's inequality is important because it provides a way to test the principles of quantum mechanics and understand the behavior of entangled particles. It also has implications for technologies such as quantum computing and cryptography.

Bell's inequality in Quantum Entanglement has potential applications in quantum information processing, quantum teleportation, and quantum cryptography. It may also have implications for future technologies such as quantum computers and quantum communication networks.

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