Entanglement

 

Quantum theoretical term of a specific correlation between two particles (principle of superposition). Entangled particles can interact which each other independent of their spatial separation.

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From quantum mechanics, entanglement is a relationship between two objects in which they both exhibit superposition but once the state of one object is measured, the state of the other is also known. [NTN]

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From quantum mechanics, entanglement is a relationship between two objects in which they both exhibit superposition but once the state of one object is measured, the state of the other is also known

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From quantum mechanics, entanglement is a relationship between two objects in which they both exhibit superposition but once the state of one object is measured, the state of the other is also known. [NTN]

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From quantum mechanics, entanglement is a relationship between two systems in which they exist in more than one state simultaneously (by superposition), and the state of one system determines the state of the other.

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