To wrap or twist together; to intertwine.
From → en- "in," + tangle, from M.E. tangilen, tagilen "to entangle."
Hamgureš, from ham- "together," → com-,
+ guridan "to become tangled, as threads or hairs, entwine,"
probably related to greh "knot," → node.
The act of entangling. The state of being entangled.
ham-gureš-e kuântomi, ham-pici-ye ~
Fr.: emmêlement quantique, intrication ~
A quantum → phenomenon that occurs when two or more particles (→ photons or → atomic particles) that have a common origin remain linked together when they travel apart. A measurement of one of the particles determines not only its → quantum state but the quantum state of the other particle as well. A change in one is instantly reflected in the other. See also → EPT paradox.