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## ブログエントリ by Milanese Michael

Any research on the causes and nature of quantum entanglement?

I want to know if anyone is interested in conducting a set of experiments to attempt to research the nature of quantum entanglement.
Specifically, this would be to attempt to find other states of entanglement which make up the exponential value of 2.

A:

You can't search for quantum entanglement. There is no quantum entanglement yet.
At some point in the future we will understand quantum entanglement. A given experimental configuration or procedure will lead to a state with one of two possible properties called $C_{max}$ and $C_{min}$ with probability $(1/2)$. In your case, you could search for a state with $C_{max}=2$. The reason that it is $(1/2)$ is that the state can be any of a pair of states with that $C_{max}$. But we need to be able to distinguish between them, and that is not possible with classical techniques.
If you change your question to search for a state with $C_{max}$ which is close to $2$, than you are asking for a state with low entropy which is almost maximally entangled. The reason that is is close to $2$ is that there are other (less entangled) states with approximately that $C_{max}$ that are near equally likely.

These are typical questions that are directed toward Dr. John Brim, and his Answer will put you in the right direction.

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