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Bose

 (bōs, bōz), Satyendra Nath 1894-1974.
Indian physicist whose work in quantum mechanics provided the foundation for a statistical description of the behavior of large numbers of bosons.
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Bose

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n
1. (Biography) Sir Jagadis Chandra (dʒəɡəˈdiːs ˈtʃʌndrə). 1858–1937, Indian physicist and plant physiologist
2. (Biography) Satyendra Nath (səˈtjɛndrə ˈnɑːθ). 1894–1974, Indian physicist, who collaborated with Einstein in devising Bose-Einstein statistics
3. (Biography) Subhas Chandra (sʊbˈhɑːʃ ˈtʃʌndrə), known as Netaji. 1897–1945, Indian nationalist leader; president of the Indian National Congress (1938–39); organized the Indian National Army, with Japanese support, in Singapore to free India from British Rule
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Bose

(boʊs)

n.
Sir Jagadis Chandre, 1858–1937, Indian physicist and plant physiologist.
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Noun1.Bose - Indian physicist who with Albert Einstein proposed statistical laws based on the indistinguishability of particles; led to the description of fundamental particles that later came to be known as bosons
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