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Hi! Based on the principles of quantum non- locality, I know that it is possible to entangle various particles. My question is: Is it also theoretically possible to "entangle" electro- magnetic fields in any way? Or would passing entangled electrons thru a wire or something like that produce an entangled electro-magnetic field? Thank you for your help!
Question Date: 2010-07-26
Answer 1:

Light is an electromagnetic field, and I think I remember light being possible to entangle, so if that's true then your answer is yes, but I cannot explain how or why.

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