Volume 60, Number 1, October 2002
|Page(s)||7 - 13|
|Published online||01 September 2002|
Quantum entanglement suppression
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science P.O. Box 60, 34 000
Corresponding author: email@example.com
Accepted: 15 July 2002
Individuality of microparticles (e.g., of ions or atoms) interacting with their environments (e.g., with the solvent molecules) is an open question of both physical and chemical kinetic theories. A qualitative proposal of Primas, and its later elaboration due to Amann, offers a background in this regard. Actually, they suggest that suppression of quantum entanglement provides a basis for the solution of the problem. Here, we show that the model of the so-called DISD (“decoherence-induced suppression of decoherence”) method naturally and straightforwardly fits the basic assumptions of Amann's proposal and, therefore, might represent the missing link to the complete solution of the problem at hand.
PACS: 03.65.Ud – Entanglement and quantum nonlocality (e.g. EPR paradox, Bell's inequalities, GHZ states, etc.) / 82.20.-w – Chemical kinetics and dynamics / 03.65.Yz – Decoherence; open systems; quantum statistical methods
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