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If we have two electrons. Now put each one of them in a separate identical box and observe their properties, and collect as much information as possible, would you have obtain an identical result?
If you do the same experiment in each of the boxes you should get the same results, within the limits of experimental error.Originally posted by Hyperreality
If we have two electrons. Now put each one of them in a separate identical box and observe their properties, and collect as much information as possible, would you have obtain an identical result?
Does this mean that the two electrons are entangled?If you do the same experiment in each of the boxes you should get the same results, within the limits of experimental error.
Certainly not. It just means QM is consistent. I am here assuming an experiment where the eigenvalues are degenerate, so the observable has a definite value. If you have many eigenvaues the different boxes could show different results. But there is no link between the boxes.Originally posted by Hyperreality
Does this mean that the two electrons are entangled?