|Title||Kaonic Quantum Erasers at KLOE 2: "Erasing the Present, changing the Past''|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2006|
|Authors||Bramon, A, Garbarino, G, Hiesmayr, BH|
Neutral kaons are unique quantum systems to show some of the most puzzling peculiarities of quantum mechanics. Here we focus on a quantitative version of Bohr's complementary principle and on quantum marking and eraser concepts. In detail we show that neutral kaons (1) are kind of double slit devices encapsulating Bohr's complementarity principle in a simple and transparent way, and (2) offer marking and eraser options which are not afforded by other quantum systems and which can be performed at the DAPHNE machine.