Is there any way in which an isolated macroscopic system, through interaction with itself for a very long but finite time, could become completely disentangled with any and all external environments? I'm aware of entanglement sudden death, but it's my understanding that this is a very special case, and that we should expect entanglement to diminish asymptotically in most physical interactions. My question is whether this is theoretically possible.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Finite-time disentanglement

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