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Bose-Einstein Condensation by A. Griffin, D. W. Snoke, S. Stringari

By A. Griffin, D. W. Snoke, S. Stringari

This publication is dedicated to BEC as an interdisciplinary topic, protecting atomic and molecular physics, laser physics, low temperatures, and astrophysics, and it'll function an in-depth record on fresh development and may recommend promising study issues for graduate scholars and researchers in physics.

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