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quantum entanglement

[‚kwän·təm in′taŋ·gəl·mənt]
(quantum mechanics)
The property of two particles with a common origin whereby a measurement on one of the particles determines not only its quantum state but the quantum state of the other particle as well.
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Young's double slit experiment (1804), conceived and conducted before the development of the quantum theory, and Wheeler's (1978a, 1979a, 1979b) delayedchoice experiments elucidate some of the quantum properties of nonlocality as quantum entanglement, as well as some of the issues related to the wave-particle phenomena paradox, potential models and possible nonlocality.
A high quality quantum entanglement source on the ground will be built to achieve ground-to-satellite teleportation experiments based on photon entanglement.
Thorwart M, Eckel J, Reina JH, Nalbach P, Weiss S (2009) Enhanced quantum entanglement in the non-Markovian dynamics of biomolecular excitons.
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Following this, quantum entanglement quantification is highlighted, particularly its usefulness as a communication resource, in order to describe some of its most celebrated practical applications to date: quantum teleportation, cryptography, dense coding, and data compression.
The project, called Quantum Entanglement Science and Technology (QuEST), could produce unbreakable codes, unbelievably fast computers, and even Star Trek's transporter.
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Don Howard discusses the phenomenon of quantum entanglement and argues that it is the best example of what he calls "S-emergence," where the higher level structure is not determined by the lower level.
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Quantum entanglement is ubiquitous in the microscopic world and manifests itself macroscopically under some circumstances.
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