(PhysOrg.com) -- Few people doubt the "quantumness" of entanglement. Quantifying the quantum correlation of entanglement is something that is relatively regular right now. However, things change a bit when it comes to quantum correlations other than entanglement. However, there is a growing interest in the use of non-entanglement quantum correlations in a number of possible future applications.
The quantum phenomenon known as entanglement keeps spreading its arms to hold ever more particles in its spooky embrace. Quantum entanglement is an effect through which multiple particles share correlated properties—across arbitrari... Read Post
Physicists have made an important advance in quantum mechanics, demonstrating that they could detect the quantum correlations in the results of measurements of entangled quantum bits, using a superconducting electrical circuit.... Read Post
(PhysOrg.com) -- Quantum correlations have well-known advantages in areas such as communication, computing, and cryptography, and recently physicists have discovered that they may help players competing in zero-sum games, as well. I... Read Post