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Entanglement is one of the most bizarre phenomena seen when things get tiny or within the quantum realm. If two or more particles are linked in a particular way, their state remains linked no matter how far they are in space. That is, they share a common unified quantum state. Therefore, observing one of the particles automatically provides information about the other intertwined particles, regardless of the distance between the particles. And the action on one of these particles always affects the other particles in the intertwined system.

Who discovered the entanglement?

In the early decades of the 20th century, physicists developed the basic ideas behind entanglement in elucidating the dynamics of the quantum world. They found that in order to properly describe the elementary particle system, we had to use what is called a quantum state.

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