The interaction will simply destroy the entanglement, that is, measurements on the entangled partner will not be correlated with measurements on the destroyed particle (since it has been destroyed, obviously). Nothing will happen to the entangled partner itself.

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What does it mean? Please simplify. I will mark your answer as brainliest then.
Particles that are their own antiparticles must be electrically neutral, because .... You ask if the initial photon could annihilate and be replaced with a different one. .... The relationship between distant entangled particles
That's Okay, but then I don't understand the difference between the two types of particles.