entanglement - different rates of e-m interaction


Entanglement– intro

Entangled e-+/e+- particles

Properties of entangled particles

Entanglement of identical energy

Entanglement– non-identical energy

Entanglement– different wavelengths

Rates of interaction/ wavelength

Interchanging identities


Frames of reference

Double-slit experiment– overview

Double-slit experiment- limitations of measurement & observers




These pages describe some examples of entangled relationships of elementary energy systems.  Frames of reference and different types of observers are also discussed.

(It is likely that there is a "binding energy" associated with every entanglement, but at this point, this topic is not addressed in the model presented on this web site. It is possible that binding energies of entangled particles at various energy levels within the atomic nucleus are among the major factors governing atomic structure and the size of nucleons.)


Sample illustration from Entanglement section:

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22- entangled particles with different rates of e-m interaction