We review some recent results on entanglement in the Quantum Spherical Model (QSM). The focus lays on the physical results rather than the mathematical details. Specifically, we study several entanglement-related quantities, such as entanglement entropies, and logarithmic negativity, in the presence of quantum and classical critical points, and in magnetically ordered phases. We consider both the short as well as the long-range QSM. The study of entanglement properties of the QSM is feasible because the model is mappable to a Gaussian system in any dimension. Despite this fact the QSM is an ideal theoretical laboratory to investigate a wide variety of physical scenarios, such as non mean field criticality, the effect of long-range interactions, the interplay between finite-temperature fluctuations and genuine quantum ones.
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- entanglement gap
- Schmidt gap
- entanglement negativity
- phase transition
- quantum phase transition
- classical and quantum fluctuations
- long-range interactions