A duo of researchers at Purdue University has modified a popular theorem — called Bell’s inequality — for identifying quantum entanglement and applied it to chemical reactions.

“No one has experimentally shown entanglement in chemical reactions yet because we haven’t had a way to measure it,” said Professor Sabre Kais, lead author of the study.

“For the first time, we have a practical way to measure it.”

“The question now is, can we use entanglement to our advantage to predict and control the outcome of chemical reactions?”

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