Bose-Einstein statistics

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Bose-Einstein statistics (physics) statistical law obeyed by a system of particles whose wave function is not changed when two particles are interchanged (the Pauli exclusion principle does not apply)
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Usage


In news:

Bosons are subatomic particles that are verified by the use of Bose-Einstein statistics.
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In science:

Testing a general quantum statistics-based framework of Bose-Einstein correlations with this technique, we find that predictions for third order cumulants differ significantly from UA1 data.
A sensitive test for models of Bose-Einstein correlations
In the 1950s, it was shown 9 that C P T is always conserved in the framework of a local quantum field theory with Lorentz invariance, Hermiticity and the usual spinstatistics (Bose-Einstein statistics for bosons, and Fermi-Dirac statistics for fermions).
CP Violation
This phenomenon is thus peculiar to bosonic particles that obey the Bose-Einstein statistics.
Topological Defects Formation after Inflation on Lattice Simulation
The fit error includes selection biases, background uncertainties, and Monte Carlo statistics. “CR/BE” refers to QCD final state correlations: color reconnection, as the W s decay so quickly that decay parton color fields from both W s overlap, and Bose-Einstein correlations for final state pions from both W s.
Experimental Tests of the Standard Model
Secondly, all the other diagrams have at least one internal gluon line which is weighted by Bose Einstein statistics, and hence, these diagrams will display infrared divergence.
Dileptons from a Quark Gluon Plasma with Finite Baryon Density
The minimum size and thermodynamic properties of the PBH are estimated within the framework of the Bose-Einstein statistics by taking into account the total observed mass of the universe.
Unified Description of Plausible Cause and Effect of the Big Bang
Since the quantized matter inside the PBH consists of bosons, its properties can be described by Bose-Einstein statistics.
Unified Description of Plausible Cause and Effect of the Big Bang
Eγ E0 , and fBE is the Bose-Einstein distribution to account for quantum statistics and medium-enhancement for species 1.
Rate of photon production from hot hadronic matter
Bose, as they obey ‘Bose-Einstein’ statistics.
Fundamental particles and their interactions
We present a statistical description of Bose-Einstein condensates with general higher order nonlinearities.
Random phases in Bose-Einstein condensates with higher order nonlinearities
It took over a month and the help of an eminent theorist to understand that what was being observed were correlations due to Bose-Einstein statistics .
Bose-Einsten correlations in multiple particle production from 1959 to 1989
They predicted that for any given exclusive channel the effects of Bose-Einstein statistics should decrease with increasing energy.
Bose-Einsten correlations in multiple particle production from 1959 to 1989
The atom fluctuations statistics of an ideal, mesoscopic, Bose-Einstein condensate is investigated from several different perspectives.
Fluctuation statistics of mesoscopic Bose-Einstein condensate: reconciling the master equation with the partition function to revisit the Uhlenbeck-Einstein dilemma
The problem of fluctuation statistics in mesoscopic Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) is a rich one - even, somewhat surprisingly, for the noninteracting Bose gas, as well as for the interacting Bose gas .
Fluctuation statistics of mesoscopic Bose-Einstein condensate: reconciling the master equation with the partition function to revisit the Uhlenbeck-Einstein dilemma
We have discussed the fluctuation statistics of an ideal, mesoscopic, Bose-Einstein condensate from several different perspectives.
Fluctuation statistics of mesoscopic Bose-Einstein condensate: reconciling the master equation with the partition function to revisit the Uhlenbeck-Einstein dilemma
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