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Dynamic entanglement in oscillating molecules and potential biological implications
Physical Review E
We demonstrate that entanglement can persistently recur in an oscillating two-spin molecule that is coupled to a hot and noisy environment, in which no static entanglement can survive. The system represents a non-equilibrium quantum system which, driven through the oscillatory motion, is prevented from reaching its (separable) thermal equilibrium state. Environmental noise, together with the driven motion, plays a constructive role by periodically resetting the system, even though it willdoi:10.1103/physreve.82.021921 pmid:20866851 fatcat:ecw4xtqbkrhylby64nvkgpxi4u