• P-ISSN 0974-6846 E-ISSN 0974-5645

Indian Journal of Science and Technology


Indian Journal of Science and Technology

Year: 2019, Volume: 12, Issue: 8, Pages: 1-10

Original Article

If the Wave Function Collapse absolutely in the Interaction, how can the Weird Nature of Particles are Born in the Interaction? —A Discussion on Quantum Entanglement Experiments


Objectives: Particles can re-exhibit volatility after their wave function (or wave packet) collapses (proven by experiments such as secondary electron diffraction experiments). Is the volatility recovered or does the collapse process not destroy the volatility or is the collapse process not there at all? After the wave function (or wave packet) of a particle collapses, the superposition state should not exist. Methods: If the wave function can be collapsed by measurement and the quantum characteristics cannot be recovered after the collapse, then the microscopic particles that reach the free motion state through interaction can no longer have the quantum characteristics of quantum parallelism, Quantum Entanglement (QEM) or quantum state superposition. Findings: Restricted by the conditions in this conditional adverbial clause, logically, it is impossible to find Quantum Entanglement State (QEMS) by experiment (recognizing that the quantum superposition state is a non-real state, it is recognized that the state is unobservable). Under the assumption that entangled states (or superposition states) exist and that measurement can destroy entangled states, the related experimental phenomena are interpreted as QEMS. Application: This is clearly a logical cycle. Experiments show that the non-projective measurement cannot eliminate the diffraction effect of electron rays. 

Keywords: Logical Cycle, Quantum Entanglement, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Non-Locality, Wave Function Collapse 


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