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  Kids.net.au - Encyclopedia Identical particles -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Identical particles are particles that cannot be distinguished from one another, even in principle.
The probability of obtaining two particles in the 0> state is 0.25; the probability of obtaining two particles in the 1> state is 0.25; and the probability of obtaining one particle in the 0> state and the other in the 1> state is 0.5.
When we perform the experiment, the probability of obtaining two particles in the 0> state is now 0.33; the probability of obtaining two particles in the 1> state is 0.33; and the probability of obtaining one particle in the 0> state and the other in the 1> state is 0.33.
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 Learn more about Boson in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
All elementary particles are either bosons or fermions.
Guage bosons are elementary particles which act as the carriers of the fundamental forces.
Particles composed of a number of other particles (such as protons or nuclei) can be either fermions or bosons, depending on their total spin.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /b/bo/boson.html   (245 words)

  
 Count particle - CHEMTRAILS - CONTRAILS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Particle count and size range were measured using the Coulter Multisizer®, The cotton bud showed a good reduction in particle count with Temgesic
Particle count is another method of data interpretation for size distribution.
Particle size, count and shape measurement system: News from PS PS Prozesstechnik is to display their new XPT XenParTec particle size, count and shape measurement system family at Powtech 2005, with other powder analysis
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 Sheldon Goldstein's Home Page
Trajectories and Particle Creation and Annihilation in Quantum Field Theory, with D. Dürr, R. Tumulka, and N. Zanghì, J. Phys.
Bounded Fluctuations and Translation Symmetry Breaking in One-Dimensional Particle Systems, with M. Aizenman and J. Lebowitz, Journal of Statistical Physics 103, 601-618 (2001),
Nonlocality without Inequalities for Almost All Entangled States for Two Particles, Phys.
www.math.rutgers.edu /~oldstein   (1220 words)

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