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Hamiltonians, density of state, BECs
When working with Bose-Einstein condensates trapped in potentials, how can one tell what the density of state of a system of identical bosons given the Hamiltonian, $H$? (I have been told that it is ...
Mar 26 '13 at 16:54
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