Abstract

We investigate whether entanglement is conserved when polarization entangled photons are converted to surface plasmons, propagating along subwavelength metal hole arrays. We find that entanglement survives, but is limited by spatial dispersion of the hole arrays.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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