Quantum entanglement plays a key role in many applications in a quantum information processing system. A statistical-based method for preparing an entangled field state for a fixed number of photons between two cavities for arbitrary value of N photons in the two separated cavities is presented. It is shown that the probability of detecting atoms in ground state decreases with an increase in the photon numbers.
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
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