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Into to entanglement

Entangled e-+ / e+- particles

Properties of entangled particles

Entangled identical particles

Entanglement of non-identical particles

Entanglement of particles with different rates of e-m interaction



Factors governing energy states and energy levels  

An energy state is defined here as the structure or physical arrangement of an energy system. An energy level is defined here as the degree of directional balance of the constituent energy of an energy system - with directional balance resulting in a low energy level and directional imbalance (unidirectionality) resulting in a high energy level. This includes the amount of unidirectional energy required to keep a confined energy, such as an elementary particle, within a certain energy level - the higher the required unidirectional energy, the higher the energy level.

A number of factors govern or influence energy states and/or energy levels of elementary energy systems, including:

Directional balance

Dimensionality and energy density

Gravitational energy gradient strength (ratio of potential energy of 123d space to kinetic energy of 123d space in a given region)

Entanglement of identical particles (with alternating e-m directionality with every e-m interaction)

Entangled particles interchanging identities (e.g., 2-D electron/positron) with every e-m interaction vs. not (e.g., 1-D photon)

Entanglement of pairs of entangled particles (e.g., in an atom)

Entanglement of non-identical energy (e.g., entanglement of electron/positron with antineutrino/neutrino)

Rates (and ratios) of e-m interactions of entangled particles

Entangled particles existing at different energy levels (with different rates of e-m interaction)

Entangled particles existing in different regions of a gravitational energy gradient (e.g., in atomic orbitals and nucleus)

Disentanglement of entangled partners, or entangled pairs of partners


To explore traditional views on states of matter, see "State of matter" in Wikipedia.

To explore traditional views on energy levels, see "Energy level" in Wikipedia.