Hope this question is appropriate. I think I saw certain claims that *quantum entanglement* is a certain phenomena that can be explained (or modelled) in terms of tensor products in linear algebra. I wonder if this is the case, and if yes, is there some nice mathematical source? If you have your own insight in the question, I would be very happy to learn about it.

I am asking the question because want to mention it in an undergraduate course on representation theory to cheer up students.

**PS.** Since the proposed suggestions are mainly books (or physics literature), I start to suspect that what I was looking for doesn't exist. I guess, I wanted some **short piece** of text (say 1-20 pages long), that would be additionally **purely mathematical**. Basically, some compression of information is needed. How to make a 5 minutes talk out of 10 books?

"Weighing the odds: a course in probability and statistics". $\endgroup$ – Stéphane Laurent Mar 6 at 8:39