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Nonlocal effects in propagation through absorbing media

JEFFERS, J and BARNETT, S M (1993) Nonlocal effects in propagation through absorbing media. Physical Review A, 47 (4). pp. 3291-3298. ISSN 1094-1622

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Abstract

We investigate the nonlocal effects of dispersion and loss on entangled photon pairs. These effects modify the coincidence properties in fourth-order interference. Absorption can increase or decrease the width of coincidence-count distributions. It can also wash out fourth-order interference by providing ''which-way'' information.