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This is a really good article on quantum mechanics if your grandma wanted to understand it. There is a a brief section on Entanglement.

This is a good article that reads like a history book and is very comprehensive. Covers Relativistic Causality, EPR, Bell and Non-Locality, Relativity and Non-Locality, and Entanglement in Practice, and Bell Measurement. Definitely a good resource!

A very thorough but brief overview of Quantum Computing. Has some very nice graphics to explain entanglement and bell states.

Another good history read and relates it to modern experiments done to show Bell state's theorem.

A quick read for the laymen.

A more theoretical paper on Einstein's locality theory and his quest for a more complete theory and the significant role of Bell contribution in revealing non-locality of quantum mechanics.

A very concise explanation of Bell's inequality using visual representation.

(Brief) ... the first realization of a controlled entanglement of two matter particles.

This is a very beefy article that you probably would have to devote your life to QM to try to understand. Very comprehensive.

Two schemes for quantum secure conditional direct communication are proposed, where a set of EPR pairs of maximally entangled particles in Bell states. Demonstrates secure connections.

Very specific application for bell states. Abtract is: It is not possible to discriminate with certainity amoun ghte four Bell states if only a single copy is provided.

How a bell state analyzer would be used in a circuit.

About as practical as you can get entanglement theory.

The paper provides an efficient way to teleport Schrodinger's cat sates in a quantum world.

The paper details the mathematics behind Quantum Entanglement .

On the basis of YinYang bipolar relativity a theory for coherent quantum interface is presented that leads to equilibrium-based logically recognizable causality for various applications.

Quantum entanglement with respect to the double slit interference pattern experiment is studied extensively.

The non-locality in Q.M. is covered including Bell's proof considering the difficulty of experimenting this phenomenon and assessing of successful experiments completed.

Discussion of experimental implication of the Bell's inequality and its ties with EPR paradox.

Experimental evaluation between the incompatibility between EPR and Bell's inequality.

(Brief) ...[The] aim is simply to raise some questions about entanglement that spring naturally from certain developments in quantum information theory...

(Brief) ...Therefore, in principle, teleportation and other entanglement assisted quantum communication tasks can rely on the vacuum alone as a resource for entanglement.

This is a explanation how Bell State Measurement relates to Quantum Teleportation

Explanation on Quantum Entanglement theory. Once you get past the narcotic intro, it was helpful to represent it in video.

This video contains discussion of Schrodinger's Cat though experiment by various scientist from different fields.

The video provides a condensed and simple explanation of Schrodinger's Cat.

A collection of lectures on Quantum Entanglement taught by a well renowned professor of physics at Stanford University.