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When a neutral atom decays in another neutral atom, creating two new particles in the process, the new particles must have opposite charge (because the new atom is neutral again). Therefore, knowing the charge of one of the new particles tells you with certainty what the charge of the other particle is, no matter how far they are apart from each other. In quantum physics they then say that the charge-state of the new particles is entangled.


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entanglement.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/06 19:09 by veronica