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The counterintuitive predictions of quantum mechanics about strongly correlated systems were first discussed by Albert Einstein inin a joint paper with Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen. So, despite the interest, the weak point in EPR's argument was not discovered untilwhen John Stewart Bell proved that one of their key assumptions, the principle of localityas applied to the kind of hidden variables interpretation entrelazamiento quantico for by EPR, was mathematically inconsistent with the predictions of quantum theory.

Specifically, Bell demonstrated an upper limit, seen in Bell's inequalityregarding the strength of correlations that can be produced in any theory obeying local realismand he showed that quantum theory predicts violations of this limit for certain entangled systems.

Quantum entanglement - Wikipedia

Until recently each had left open at least one loophole by which it was possible to question the validity of the results. However, in an experiment was performed that simultaneously closed both the detection and locality loopholes, and was heralded as "loophole-free"; this experiment ruled out a large class of local realism theories with certainty.

It led to the discovery of quantum key distribution protocols, most famously BB84 by Charles H. Concept[ edit ] Meaning of entanglement[ edit ] An entangled system is defined to be one whose quantum state cannot be factored as a product of states of its local constituents; that is to say, they are not individual particles but are an inseparable whole.

In entanglement, one constituent cannot be fully described without considering the other s. Note that the state of a composite system is always expressible as a sum, or superpositionof products of states of local constituents; it is entrelazamiento quantico if this sum necessarily has more than one term.

Quantum systems can become entangled through various types of interactions. For some ways in which entanglement may be achieved for experimental purposes, see the section below on methods.


Entanglement is broken when the entangled particles decohere through interaction entrelazamiento quantico the environment; for example, when a measurement is made. The decay events obey the various conservation lawsand as a result, the measurement outcomes of one daughter particle must be highly correlated with the measurement outcomes of the other daughter particle so that the total momenta, angular momenta, energy, and so forth remains roughly the same before and after this process.

Since the total spin before and after this decay must be zero conservation of angular momentumwhenever the first particle is measured to be spin up on some axis, the other, when measured on the same axis, is always found to be spin down.

This is called the spin anti-correlated case; and if the prior probabilities for measuring each spin are equal, the pair is said to be in the singlet state. The special property of entanglement can be entrelazamiento quantico observed if we separate the said two particles.

Let's put one of them in the White House in Washington and the other in Buckingham Palace think about this as a thought experiment, not an actual one.

Now, if we measure a particular characteristic of one of these particles say, for example, spinget a result, and then measure the other particle using the same criterion spin along the same axiswe find that the result of the measurement of the second particle will match in a complementary sense the result of the measurement of the first particle, in that they will be opposite in their values.

The above result may or may not be perceived as surprising. A classical system would display the same property, and a hidden variable theory see below would certainly be required to do so, based on conservation of angular momentum in classical and quantum mechanics alike.

The difference is that a classical system has definite values for all the observables all along, while the quantum system does not. In a sense to be discussed below, the quantum system considered here seems to acquire a probability entrelazamiento quantico for the outcome of a measurement of the spin along any axis of the other particle upon measurement of the first particle.


This probability distribution is in general different from what it would be without measurement of the first particle. This may certainly be perceived entrelazamiento quantico surprising in entrelazamiento quantico case of spatially separated entangled particles.

Paradox[ edit ] The paradox is that a measurement made on either of the particles apparently collapses the state of the entire entangled system—and does so instantaneously, before any information about the measurement result could have been communicated to the other particle assuming that information cannot travel faster than light and hence assured the "proper" outcome of the measurement of the other part of the entangled pair.

In the Copenhagen interpretationthe result of a spin measurement on one of the particles is a collapse into a state in which each particle has a definite spin either up or down along the axis of measurement.

However, if both spins are measured along the same axis, they are found to be anti-correlated. This means that the random outcome of the measurement made on one particle seems to have been transmitted to the other, so that it can make the "right choice" when it too is measured.

According to the principles of special relativityit is entrelazamiento quantico possible for any information to travel between two such measuring events.

Quantum entanglement

It is not even possible to entrelazamiento quantico which of the measurements came first. For two spacelike separated events x1 and x2 there are inertial entrelazamiento quantico in which x1 is first and others in which x2 is first.

Therefore, the correlation between the two measurements cannot be explained as one measurement determining the other: Hidden variables theory[ edit ] A possible resolution to the paradox is to assume that quantum theory is incomplete, and the result of measurements depends on predetermined "hidden variables".