- Conference date: 19–23 July 2010
- Location: Brisbane, (Australia)
Entanglement as a collective property of quantum systems follows its own dynamics as environmental disturbances enter the quantum channel. It can either withstand undesired external influences or completely vanish even for very small disturbances. Only the first kind of quantum states are suitable for real applications in quantum networks. We show the conditions under which a bipartite Gaussian state remains entangled under partial energy loss of one party.
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