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Bosons are integer-spin particles that obey Bose-Einstein statistics. Two bosons can occupy the same quantum state.

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It seems to me that we could change all the current spin values of particles by multiplying them by two. Then we could describe Bosons as even spin particles and Fermions as odd spin particles. Is … functions in that if you switch any two bosons around the wave function stays the same while if you switch any two fermions around the wave function becomes negative. …
asked Sep 17 '14 by Kainui