sir please tell something me about femions?
Asked by | 11th Jan, 2009, 12:01: PM
In particle physics, fermions are particles which obey Fermi-Dirac statistics; they are named after Enrico Fermi. In contrast to bosons, which have Bose-Einstein statistics, only one fermion can occupy a quantum state at a given time; this is the Pauli Exclusion Principle. Thus if more than one fermion occupies the same place in space, the properties of each fermion (e.g. its spin) must be different from the rest. Therefore fermions are usually associated with matter while bosons are often force carrier particles, though the distinction between the two concepts is not clear cut in quantum physics.
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Answered by | 12th Jan, 2009, 10:45: AM
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