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Phys. Lett. A 377, 2520–2523 (2013)


Protecting entanglement of atoms stored an a nonperfect cavity without measurements

Nguyen Ba An

We study entanglement dynamics of two and three atoms stored in a common nonperfect cavity together with some other nonentangled atoms. It is guessed at first thought that the presence of nonentangled atoms would favor the decoherence process of the interested entangled atoms. We show, on the contrary, that it is not so. Namely, as results of a rigorous nonperturbative analysis, disentanglement rate of the interested atoms decreases with the increase of the number of nonentangled atoms. If the number of nonentangled atoms is sufficiently large, the entanglement of interested atoms could be protected efficiently.