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Quantum Physics From Abstract to Laboratory Space I. Q-States Sustained by Partite Material Systems: Linking A+B and AxB domains via Entanglement

  title={Quantum Physics From Abstract to Laboratory Space I. Q-States Sustained by Partite Material Systems: Linking A+B and AxB domains via Entanglement},
  author={Orlando Tapia},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  • O. Tapia
  • Published 1 June 2017
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
The paper focuses on aspects of the measurement problem introducing quantum states (q-states) for measured and measuring systems. The link between non-interacting and interacting quantum systems is first look at. For two independent partite systems logical sums A+B stand for non-interacting q-systems; while a direct product space AxB gathers interacting states. However this latter should support physical q-states with base states that do not separately belong to either A nor B; the latter… Expand
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