Quantum Physics


Model and Method to Explain Correlation in Bell-Test Experiments

Authors: Gerard van der Ham

The correlation in Bell-test experiments in relation to elektronspin can be explained according to local-realism. A simple model shows that the position of the detectors respective of the direction of movement of the elektrons define vektorspaces in which the opposit spinvektors of entangled pairs of elektrons are, which give equal spin result. With this model the identification of those vektorspaces and the measuring and counting of the spinvektors can be described. In this way correlation, as it is calculated in quantum theory and found in experiments, is explained.

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