Quantum Entanglement of Free Particles

@inproceedings{Tsekov2021QuantumEO,
  title={Quantum Entanglement of Free Particles},
  author={Roumen Tsekov},
  year={2021}
}
The Schrödinger equation is solved for many free particles and their quantum entanglement is studied via correlation analysis. Converting the Schrödinger equation in the Madelung hydrodynamic-like form, the quantum mechanics is extended to open quantum systems by adding Ohmic friction forces. The dissipative evolution confirms the correlation decay over time, but a new integral of motion is discovered, being appropriate for storing everlasting quantum information. 

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