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Figure 4

From: Experimental violation of the Leggett-Garg inequality under decoherence

Figure 4

Violating the LG inequality with K+.

Red dots represent the experimental results. Solid lines are the theoretical fittings employing equation (4). The dashed line represents the classical limit, −1. The x axis represents the total thickness of quartz plates between t1 and t2. The inset represents the oscillation between the maximum and minimum in the blue dashed pane (the x axis represents the total thickness of quartz plates between t1 and t2 and the y axis represents K+). Error bars correspond to the random fluctuation of each measured coincidence count and the tilt uncertainties of quartz plates.

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