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I have question related to the expression of the maximally entangled state..

I know that that for W-state its given by ( For three qubits) :

psi=(|100>+|010>+|001>)/sqrt(N)

and for Disentangled state ( for three qubits) its given as :

psi=|111>

Where one and 0 represent the up down state.

** What about Maximally entangled state ?

|max>=[(|1,0>+|0,1>)*(0,...,0)]/sqrt(2)

and How can I generalize it for 5 qubits for example ?

and why they call it maximally entangled ?

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# I Maximally entangled state expression and generalization

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