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Suppose that a pair of electrons, A and B, were described by the following wave function: (see attached for equations).

(I have rewritten this equation as I believe some of you are having problems reading the text.)

What property specific to entanglement must the wavefunction describing an entangled state of two particles A and B possess? Using this criterion, determine whether or not the wavefunction above describes an entangled state.

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Wave functions of a two-body system are functions of two variables: W(A,B).

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