when one entangled particle is measured and its state known the other particle of the entangled pair is described instantaneously collapsing into the same state. What exactly does this mean? does this mean zero time for the pair to take on the same state? I thought the minimum amount of time you can have is planck time 10−43 seconds. So do we have a mathematical description for the time this takes or it truly taking zero time?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Entanglement happens at what speed?

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