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What does a Bose-Einstein condensate look like - well it looks like a dense little lump in the bottom of the magnetic trap/bowl; kind of like a drop of water condensing out of damp air onto a cold ...
Discusses creation of a new state of matter at near absolute zero - Bose Einstein condensates. Sponsored by University of Colorado.
It took 70 years to realise Einstein's concept of Bose-Einstein condensation in a gas. It was first accomplished by Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman in 1995. They did it by cooling atoms to a much lower ...
What you have heard about Bose-Einstein condensation may makes it sound strange. But what is it really, and how did someone think of it?
Part of the excellent Physics 2000 site, this page looks at Bose-Einstein condensation theory.
Detailed explanation of BEC. Part of a larger site which includes many definitions and links.
Detailed information on this concept and links to related information.
Explanation of what bosons and Bose-Einstein statistics with links to topics that are important in understanding.
Applets demonstrating Interference Experiments and Bose-Einstein-Condensation from the physics 2000 website
The Planck radiation formula is an example of the distribution of energy according to Bose-Einstein statistics.
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