Entanglement of atomic states upon collective radiative decay

  • A. M. Basharov
Atoms, Spectra, Radiations

Abstract

It is shown in the Markovian approximation that the relaxation of two atoms noninteracting with each other in the field of a common thermostat results in the entanglement of atomic states. With time, this entanglement either vanishes or takes a stationary value depending on the initial conditions.

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03.65.Ud 

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