1. pls. explain bose einstein condensate

Asked by A M | 22nd Aug, 2010, 12:41: PM

Expert Answer:

Bose-Einstein condensate is an unusual state of matter
The Bose einstein condensate (BEC) happens at super low temperatures. . Scientists have figured out a way to get a temperature only a few billionths of a degree above absolute zero. When temperatures get that low, you can create a BEC with a few special elements.
The result of this clumping is the BEC. A group of atoms takes up the same place, creating a "super atom." There are no longer thousands of separate atoms. They all take on the same qualities and become one blob

Answered by  | 22nd Aug, 2010, 06:59: PM

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