Does non-entangling environmental noise actually exist? The existence of such a thing seems to be fundamentally inconsistent with the properties of quantum entanglement.
It seems to me that if non-entangling environmental noise does exist, then standard QM - or QFT for that matter -...
I want to know what are the QFT topics that I need to understand in order to proceed in reading papers on entanglement entropy such as,
Entanglement Entropy and Quantum Field Theory
Entanglement entropy in free quantum field theory
Entanglement entropy: holography and renormalization group
An...
Suppose we produce a polarisation-entangled photon pair ##A_1## and ##A_2##. Then we entangle another pair ##B_1## and ##B_2##.
Now suppose that these photons will not interact with anything, sending ##A_1## and ##B_1## to Alice and ##A_2## and ##B_2## to Bob.
Alice measures the polarisations...
1) Entanglement is about the behaviour of a particle can be determined by measurement of the behaviour of another particle.
At some website, it explains that the reason behind is due to conservation of momentum. When a particle is split into two particles (say particle A and particle B)...
Three related questions:
(a) In a pair of entangled particles, after one is measured/observed/determined/collapsed, my understanding is that the measurement breaks the entanglement so that after the measurement, unless something happens to re-entangle them, they are no longer entangled. Correct...
From what I know about (bi-partite) entanglement, we write the combined Hilbert space as a tensor-product of Hilbert spaces for a particle at ##A## and a particle at ##B##, ie ##\mathcal{H} = \mathcal{H} ^{A} \otimes \mathcal{H} ^{B}##. If the particles share a non-separable state, they are...
Has there been an experiment where 2 particles that are entangled are measured at the same time? If so what was the result?
Can any observer occupy the same frame of reference down to an electron? Don't we all exist at different times based on our frame of reference so none of us can share the...
If an entanglement experiment, whereby an entangled pair of particles is measured at both ends, is independent of the next entanglement experiment with another pair of entangled particles, how can there be a correlation? It seems that each independent run does not influence the next run, but...
Let's consider Bohm's paradox (explaining as follows). A zero spin particle converts into two half-spin particles which move in the opposite directions. The parent particle had no angular momentum, so total spin of two particles is 0 implying they are in the singlet state.
Suppose we measured Sz...
In a recent study (https://phys.org/news/2018-08-flaw-emergent-gravity.html) it has been discovered an important flaw in Emergent/Entropic Gravity because it has been discovered that holographic screens cannot behave according to thermodynamics...
But then, doesn't this also invalidate...
I have recently been reading some stuff on quantum information in the physics literature which refers to 'a mechanism by which a measurement in A determines quantum coherences in B', where A and B are subsystems of a larger system.
I am aware of the meaning of the terms 'decoherence' and...
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Could anyone recommend a good QM textbook (undergrad-ish level) or some lecture notes that treat entanglement from the ground-up? Most of the stuff I have seen online on entanglement seem to fly pretty quickly into information-theory or abstract group-theory type stuff, which I am...
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I have learnt the very basics of entanglement (discrete, 2 particle systems) and was hoping that someone can recommend introductory (undergrad-level) material for continuous-variable, 2 particle entanglement. Stuff I have found online so far (like this...
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As far as I understand the Franson interferometer, the photons are in an entangled state like
$$\left|\Psi\right\rangle=\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}\left(\left|\text{short}\right\rangle\left|\text{short}\right\rangle+\left|\text{long}\right\rangle\left|\text{long}\right\rangle\right)$$
if the setup...
Homework Statement
Could someone assist me in skimming through my work for this problem? Many thanks!
I attached an image of the problem below. Also, I only need help for the first part (part a), cheers.
Homework Equations
General entangled state vector of a two-particle system:
$$|\psi...
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While learning about quantum mechanics, I became curious about the real-life experimental data. Wikipedia says that entanglement experiments require coincidence counters, because the majority of the signal received by detectors is noise. It further says, that coincidence counters...
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Question from a biologist with very poor background in physics, but willing to understand quantum physics. I think quantum entanglement shocks everyone, even if it has been proven right. I would love to know if there is any hypothesis or crazy theory out there to explain why or how...
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I'm trying to understand how to describe the quantum state of entangled photons, including their phase, if one of them encounters a double-slit.
Here's a simple example:
Suppose you have two polarization-entangled photons A and B in the following Bell state:
\begin{equation}...
Homework Statement
Suppose two polarization-entangled photons A and B in the following Bell state:
\begin{equation}
\Phi=\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}\bigl(\left|H_{A},H_{B}\right\rangle + \left| V_{A},V_{B}\right\rangle\bigr)
\end{equation}
1. What is the state if the photon A passes through a...
"Schrödinger's Bacterium" Could Be a Quantum Biology Milestone
I can't believe I'm only seeing this article now. Achieving quantum mechanical effects with large systems, especially complicated ones such as bacteria - let alone one in vivo - has been a longstanding goal in experimental QM.
To...
Hi. This is my first posting on the Physics Forum so please forgive any issues as a result. I am a (reasonably educated) lay person with a strong physics interest with extensive readings -- so please be patient with my questions. :-> My questions and interest in these issues are sincere.
I...
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In this presentation about quantum optics it is mentioned that the same quantum state |Ψ> has different expressions in different mode bases : factorized state or entangled state.
This presentation is related to this video :
In some way entanglement isn't intrinsic. It depend on the...
The questions concern the extension of the holographic principle to the identification of a wormhole between two black holes with negative cosmological constant and an entangled pair on its boundary, included in the conjecture known as EPR=ER ( Maldacena, Susskind). I refer to...
Are timelike entanglement and experiments demonstrating causal non-separability by quantum superposition of causal orders an indication that causal principles may not be applicable to quantum mechanics?
Just saw this article from a highly respected research team, and thought some might enjoy seeing how the state of the art continues to develop rapidly:
12-photon entanglement and scalable scattershot boson sampling with optimal entangled-photon pairs from parametric down-conversion
Han-Sen...
In most popular explanations of entanglement, the quantum information of an entangled two-particle system changes without regard to the distance between the two particles. The following paper seems (to my unprofessional eye) to be questioning this interpretation...
If we consider the Unitary evolution of the wavefunction, and interpret measurements as becoming in superposition, taking it that the measurement device gets in a superposition of spin up and spin down, do two measurement devices that each measure one particle of an entangled pair become...
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If the Library of Babel has 10^(2,000,000) books, does anyone think that it is possible to create a quantum state (with a quantum computer) that represents this Library? I think that in a classical way it is impossible, but in a quantum way?
I find it quite interesting! What about you? :)
There are a pair of entangled particles moving in opposite directions. A measurement is done on particle A, the wavefunction collapses randomly, you observe either spin up or spin down, A does an action at a distance on B, particle B instantly collapses to the opposite spin state, a measurement...
I am confused about entanglement, but I am not a physicist. The concept sounds cool and I want to understand in a way so that it is familiar with what I already know. I want to know if I am interpreting this right:
1) If we have a photon that produces a pair of electron and positron, the...