Subject: Why does BEC work only for certain elements?
Date: Thu Feb 5 19:55:34 1998
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Area of science: Physics
I've been studying Bose-Einstein Condensates for a while recently, and I'm a
little confused. All of my information sources mention that a condensate will
only form with certain elements, like Rubidium. What other, if any, elements
does this work for, and why does it only work for some elements?
Re: Why does BEC work only for certain elements?
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