Bose-Einstein condensate


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Related to Bose-Einstein condensate: plasma, Fermionic condensate

Bose-Einstein condensate:

see condensatecondensate,
matter in the form of a gas of atoms, molecules, or elementary particles that have been so chilled that their motion is virtually halted and as a consequence they lose their separate identities and merge into a single entity.
..... Click the link for more information.
.

Bose-Einstein condensate

[¦boz ¦īn‚stīn ′kan·dən‚sāt]
(cryogenics)
The state of matter of a gas of bosonic particles below a critical temperature such that a large number of particles occupy the ground state of the system.
References in periodicals archive ?
But, creating these Bose-Einstein condensates is currently a very time and energy intensive process that has a very low output.
Perez-Garcia, "Controllable soliton emission from a Bose-Einstein condensate," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Muruganandam, "Matter wave switching in Bose-Einstein condensates via intensity redistribution soliton interactions," Journal of Mathematical Physics, vol.
Bose-Einstein condensate A state of matter that forms below a critical temperature in which all bosons (a type of subatomic particle) that comprise the matter fall into the same quantum state.
Key words: Bose-Einstein Condensates, Poincare section, Lyapunov exponents, Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy.
A Bose-Einstein condensate is a state of matter created by atoms at ultracold temperatures, close to absolute zero.
The team looked to study bosons in a special state called a Bose-Einstein condensate.
Then he set those supercooled atoms, known as a Bose-Einstein condensate, in motion, creating a raging river of rubidium.
To observe and test them in the lab, the researchers created a quantum system - a magnetic field of a cloud of rubidium atoms in a state of matter known as a Bose-Einstein condensate.
Among the topics are squeezing and entanglement in a Bose-Einstein condensate, the stability of the proton-to-electron mass ratio tested with molecules using an optical link to a primary clock, room-temperature atomic ensembles for quantum memory and magnetometry, ultra-cold ytterbium atoms in optical lattices, and laser spectroscopy on relativistic ion beams.
Paper topics include spectral and scattering theory for magnetic Schrodinger operators; magnetic Pauli and Dirac operators; magnetic operators on manifolds; microlocal analysis of magnetic Hamiltonians; random Schrodinger operators and quantum Hall effect; Ginsburg-Landau equation, supraconductivity, magnetic bottles; Bose-Einstein condensate, Gross-Pitaevski equation; and magnetic Lieb-Thirring inequalities, stability of matter.