We find two two-qubit states such that any number of copies of one state or the other cannot violate the CHSH Bell inequality. However, their tensor product can produce a CHSH violation of at least 2.023. We also identify a CHSH-local state such that two copies of it are CHSH-violating. The tools employed here can be easily adapted to find instances of non-locality activation in arbitrary Bell scenarios.
|Journal||Physical Review Letters|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Oct 2010|