Entanglement and Energy for Vibrationally Localized States in Molecule CS2
- Received Date: 2015-03-16
Abstract: The dynamics of quantum entanglement described by the von Neumann entropy is studied for the localized states of Fermi-resonance coupling vibrations in molecule CS2, where the interacting energy between the stretching and the bending modes is considered to establish a connection between entanglement and energy. It is shown that entanglement reveals dominant anti-correlation with the interacting energy for the stretch-localized state, while that exhibits dominantly positive correlation for the bend-localized state. The entanglement and the energy for the dislocalized states are discussed as well. Those are useful for molecular quantum computing and quantum information in high dimensional states.
|Citation:||Zi-xin Yang, Xing Shen, Xi-wen Hou. Entanglement and Energy for Vibrationally Localized States in Molecule CS2[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2015, 28(3): 295-298. doi: 10.1063/1674-0068/28/cjcp1503044|