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## Main Question or Discussion Point

hi,

can we say that the Pauli exclusion principle between 2 identical fermions implies logically entanglement because of the antisymmetric wavefunction, that can not be factorized as a tensor product:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slater_determinant

"However, it is not satisfactory for fermions, such as electrons, because the wave function is not antisymmetric"

?

thank you

can we say that the Pauli exclusion principle between 2 identical fermions implies logically entanglement because of the antisymmetric wavefunction, that can not be factorized as a tensor product:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slater_determinant

"However, it is not satisfactory for fermions, such as electrons, because the wave function is not antisymmetric"

?

thank you