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How tight are experimental and astrophysical tests on whether Cluster Decomposition is satisfied at various space-like separations?

Is there a review paper or a standard reference on the question?

I note that Cluster Decomposition may be related to the existence of a unique vacuum state and to spontaneous symmetry breaking.

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