Bose-Einstein condensation

For Boson, the number of particles accomodated in the states of ε>0 is limited, which decreases as the temperature becomes low. When the number becomes smaller than the number of particles in the system, then sigjnificant number of particles, which cannot be accomadated in the states of ε>0, occupy the state ε= 0. This transition is called the Bose-Einstein condensation.

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