quantum teleportation

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quantum teleportation:

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in physics, the transfer of key properties from one particle (or group of particles) to another a significant distance apart without a physical connection between the two particles (or groups); also known as quantum teleportation.
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quantum teleportation

[‚kwän·təm ‚tel·ə·pȯr′tā·shən]
(quantum mechanics)
The replication of a quantum state at a distant location by utilizing the concept of quantum entanglement.
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