Bipartite Entanglement Induced by a Common Background (Zero-Point) Radiation Field

Foundations of Physics 41 (5):843-862 (2011)
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This paper deals with an (otherwise classical) two-(non-interacting) particle system immersed in a common stochastic zero-point radiation field. The treatment is an extension of the one-particle case for which it has been shown that the quantum properties of the particle emerge from its interaction with the background field under stationary and ergodic conditions. In the present case we show that non-classical correlations—describable only in terms of entanglement—arise between the (nearby) particles whenever both of them resonate to a common frequency of the field. For identical particles the entanglement becomes maximum and must be described by totally (anti)symmetric states



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