Named after physicists Satyendra Nath Bose and Albert Einstein, a BEC is a state of matter
created when atoms are cooled to a temperature close to absolute zero (0 Kelvin or -459.6 degrees Fahrenheit).
In which state of matter
do particles move around the most freely?
The plasma state of matter
is self organizing and can exist as life forms with memory, intelligence and replicative ability.
Bose-Einstein condensate A state of matter
that forms below a critical temperature in which all bosons (a type of subatomic particle) that comprise the matter fall into the same quantum state.
If confirmed, a rubidium supersolid could help scientists better understand the properties of this strange state of matter
In other words, the particles, the body of reference and the observer are in the state of matter
commonly referred to as "substance".
In this new state of matter
, quarks (the elementary constituents of protons and neutrons) and gluons (particles that transmit the strong nuclear force) flow like molecules in a liquid.
Earth represents the solid state of matter
, manifesting stability, permanence and rigidity.
The most popular theory concerning the origin of the universe, the "Big Bang Theory" already mentioned, says that originally the universe was contained in a very small compressed state of matter
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have provided proof for a new state of matter
: an electron orbits a nucleus at a great distance, while many other atoms are bound inside the orbit.
Imagine, then, for a moment, a state of matter
where not just two, but billions of particles are preserved in a state of entanglement.
The achievement resulted of the PHENIX collaboration, designed to study the formation and characteristics of the quark-gluon plasma (QGP), a state of matter
believed to have existed for ten-millionths of a second after the universe's birth, the Discovery News reported.
What state of matter
was the sound traveling through when you held the tuning fork to your jaw?
Physicists last year created an exotic state of matter
previously unattainable in the laboratory but whose characteristics theorists have debated for more than 40 years.