Lets say you have a particle A, which then physically interacts with particle C and B to become entangled. Since A is entangled with B, and C is entangled with A, then it would follow that c is entangled to B. I guess my main question is it possible to have multiple systems entangled with each other simultaneously, or does it have to be binary? And my next question is if its possible, then is C technically entangled to B, even though they are entangled through A?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Multiple quantum entanglements

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