I am a computer scientist interested in network theory. I have come across the Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) because of its connections to complex networks. What I know about condensation is the ...
I've read that for a Bose-Einstein gas in 1D there's no condensation. Why this happenes? How can I prove that?
As we know, fermions are subject to exchange interactions that limit the densities they can achieve. However bosons (simple or composite) are not constrained by this, which implies physical phenomena ...
What are the main practical applications that a Bose-Einstein condensate can have?