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What is quantum entanglement?

Quantum enlargement means the physical phenomenon of a group of particles being generated or interacting with one another or sharing spatial proximity.

The quantum state of each particle of the group cannot be described independently of the quantum state of the others, even if the particles are separated by an enormous distance. 

For quantum physics, the problem of quantum enlargement lies at the heart of the conflict between classical and quantum mechanics. Quantum enlargement is a basic element of quantum mechanical theory that is absent from classical mechanics.

Applications Of Quantum Enlargement 

Quantum enlargement has several applications in different fields. Some of the best known applications of quantum enlargement are described below:

Quantum computing

Quantum cryptography

Quantum teleportation

Superdense coding