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any particle that obeys Fermi-Dirac statistics and is subject to the Pauli exclusion principle

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For pioneering research on atomic gases at ultra-cold temperatures and the creation of the first fermionic condensate
researchers have confined fermionic atoms, such as lithium-6, in traps and then chilled the particles to nearly absolute zero, so that the particles coalesced into what are known as superfluid fermionic condensates (SN: 9/11/99,p.
Objective: This project proposes to explore multi-orbital physics with ensembles of ultracold fermionic Ytterbium atoms.
A FINITE TEMPERATURE THEORY FOR UNIVERSAL FERMIONIC SYSTEMS **, Michael Stocker * and Theja De Silva, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA 30912.
By taking into account that the free electron has a fermionic character, we will write a non-linear Dirac-like equation describing the "motion" of this particle.
Paths, crystals and fermionic formulae, in "MathPhys Odyssey 2001, Integrable Models and Beyond" (M.
Supersymmetry or Bose-Fermi symmetry transforms bosonic fields into fermionic ones and vice versa.
Their topics include transport phenomena due to structural inhomogeneity in superconducting cuprates doped with cations, coherent oscillations in superconducting cold fermionic atoms and their applications, and the vortex theory of inhomogeneous superconductors.
The research marks the first time scientists have positively created a friction-free superfluid using a gas of fermionic atoms, atoms with an odd number of electrons, protons and neutrons.
When that happens, it's as if much stiffer springs replace the Slinkies and cinch the fermionic particles together.
These exotic particles - originally predicted in high-energy physics - are non-abelian anyons: their quantum statistics is neither bosonic nor fermionic.
The PV is envisioned as a degenerate negative-energy sea of fermionic Planck particles.
m]} (the fermionic fields or fermions), collectively called the component fields.
The 11 papers here consider such topics as photonic properties of non-crystalline solids, ultrasonic wave transport in strongly scattering media, Anderson localization of ultrasound in three dimensions, time reversal focusing and the diffraction limit, and strongly correlated ultracold bosonic and fermionic quantum gases in optical lattices.