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What will we call particles that are in a "quantum entanglement" kind of relationship? not looking for examples (like thingamatrons can participate theoretically in quantum entanglement); rather the noun part / nomenclature like the

particles that exhibit quantum entanglement are called __________ mirrors.

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Particles that exhibit quantum entanglement are called entangled -- that is, "entangled particles". Being entangled is a property, and thus, it is described by an adjective.

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  • $\begingroup$ they are entangled. But will they have a name? like how a particle with positive charge is called proton $\endgroup$ – harshvchawla Sep 20 at 20:10
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    $\begingroup$ See my edit. --- And a particle with positive charge is not necessarily a proton. $\endgroup$ – Norbert Schuch Sep 20 at 20:10
  • $\begingroup$ hmm in the context of my question, what you are saying makes sense. i was trying to find a word which can then be used in this question (english.stackexchange.com/questions/504795/…) and all...but thats not the realm of physics stackexchange $\endgroup$ – harshvchawla Sep 20 at 20:12
  • $\begingroup$ yeah i knew "not necessarily a proton" thing would come up here lol, but it was as an example... $\endgroup$ – harshvchawla Sep 20 at 20:13
  • $\begingroup$ @harshvchawla A word which only denotes an example - i.e. a specific instance - is not a word for the general case. $\endgroup$ – Norbert Schuch Sep 20 at 20:22

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