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If two particles are scattered. How can i know those two particles are bosons or fermions?

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The answer is to measure the probability as a function of scattering angle. Feynman had a short discussion in his lecture on physics, volume 3, chapter 4. –  qfzklm Mar 18 '14 at 14:47

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