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Investigating the favorable configurations for non-classical correlations preservation has remained a hotly debated topic for the last decade. In this regard, we present a two-qubit Heisenberg spin chain system exposed to a time-dependent external magnetic field. The impact of various crucial parameters, such as initial strength and angular frequency of the external magnetic field along with the stateâs purity and anisotropy of the spin-spin on the dynamical behavior of quantum correlations are considered. We utilize local quantum uncertainty (LQU) and quantum interferometric power (QIP) to investigate the dynamics of quantum correlations. We show that under the critical angular frequency of the external magnetic field and the spin-spin anisotropy, quantum correlations in the system can be successfully preserved. LQU and QIP suffer a drop as the interaction between the system and field is initiated, however, are quickly regained by the system. This tendency is confirmed by computing a measure of non-classical correlations according to the ClauserâHorneâShimonyâHolt inequality. Notably, the initial and final preserved levels of quantum correlations are only varied when variation is caused in the stateâs purity.
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