According to Quantum Physics, the concept of quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when the quantum state of the pairs or groups of particles cannot be independently described even when the particles are separated by a large distance. These physical properties can be the position, momentum, spin, and polarization. For example if we change the spin position of a pair of particles that have a total spin of zero then this change would be reflected on the other pair seemingly immediately irrespective of the spatial distance between them and therefore raises the question of how this information is travelling even beyond the speed of light which is the fastest mode of motion in the known and observable universe. This phenomenon is what later came to be known as the EPR paradox. The quantum entanglement produces a correlation between the measurements and that the mutual information between the entangled particles can be exploited.
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