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quantum statistics

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1. (Atomic Physics) (functioning as singular) physics statistics concerned with the distribution of a number of identical elementary particles, atoms, ions, or molecules among possible quantum states
2. (Statistics) (functioning as singular) physics statistics concerned with the distribution of a number of identical elementary particles, atoms, ions, or molecules among possible quantum states
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Language should not be a barrier but a facilitator in this task." "His path-breaking work in 1924 was due to acehis single-minded devotion to uncharted science."It laid the foundations of Quantum Statistics and a basis for modern Atomic Theory.
These topological systems are unique states of matter that incorporate long-range quantum entanglement and host exotic excitations with fractional quantum statistics. The identification of topological phases in arbitrary realistic models has been reported by accurately calculating the topological entanglement entropy [59] using MPS.
accessed quantum statistics of light directly in the time domain.
The quantum statistics is included in the model through the equation of state given below which takes into account Fermionic character of the carriers:
The first and most relevant arises from quantum statistics, in which the discrete nature of the radiographic signal (which often is photon-starved) introduces uncertainty into the image.
Her experiments use laser cooling, magnetic trapping and evaporative cooling to reach temperatures below one microKelvin, where quantum statistics dominate the behavior of atoms.
Among his topics are thermodynamic functions, the quantum statistics of ideal gases, magnetic and dielectric materials, multiphase systems, and functional integration in statistical physics.
He is also known, among other things, for the discovery of asymptotic freedom, the invention of axions, and the exploration of new kinds of quantum statistics (anyons).
You say that quantum statistics apply only to ensembles of systems rather than individual particles.
Evaluation of the partition functions might also provide an alternative route for the calculation of D(T) and/or the incorporation of quantum statistics (bosonic or fermionic) at low temperatures.

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