Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Quantum Stuff #11

Quantum Stuff #11

Quantum Entanglement


Usually in quantum mechanics each particle has it own quantum state so when a pair or group of particles can only be said to have one big quantum state we say that the particles are entangled.

Measurements of physical properties such as momentum are appropriately correlated. Meaning that the physical property are the same before and after they act one each other and become a 'entangled system'. But because of the theory of uncertainty we can never know all of the physical properties accurately.

Keep Learning and Have a Great Day,
Quantum Mechanics Enthusiast,