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Bell Gedanken Experiment Model Documents

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Main Document

Bell Gedanken Experiment Model 

written by Juan María Fernández

The Bell Gedanken Experiment Model implements a simple 3D representation of Bell's adaptation of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen apparatus. A central source prepares a singlet state for two Spin 1/2 particles with a specified z-component. Each arm of the apparatus has Stern-Gerlach detectors that can be rotated about the y axis. The simulation  plots the data in a Up Up ?? pair number vs angle difference representation and compares the classical prediction to the quantum mechanical prediction for the expected value of  pairs.

The Bell Gedanken Experiment Model was developed using version 5 of the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EjsS) modeling tool.  It is distributed as a ready-to-run (compiled) Java archive.   Double clicking the jar file will run the program if Java is installed.  You can modify this simulation if you have EjsS installed by right-clicking within the map and selecting "Open Ejs Model" from the pop-up menu item.

Last Modified September 3, 2014

Supplemental Documents (2)

Bell Gedanken Experiment User Manual 

A user manual for the Bell Gedanken Experiment Model.

Last Modified September 3, 2014

This file is included in the full-text index.

Bell Gedanken Experiment Video Tutorial 

A short video showing how to run the Bell Gedanken Experiment Model.

Last Modified September 3, 2014

Source Code Documents

Bell Gedanken Experiment Source Code 

The source code zip archive contains an XML representation of the Bell Gedanken Experiment Model.   Unzip this archive in your EjsS workspace to compile and run this model using EjsS.

Last Modified September 3, 2014

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