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Fermi-Dirac statistics

or Fermi statistics

[fur-mee-duh-rak or fur-mee] /ˈfɜr mi dəˈræk or ˈfɜr mi/
plural noun, Physics.
quantum statistics defining the possible arrangements of particles in a given system in terms of the exclusion principle.
See also fermion.
Origin of Fermi-Dirac statistics
1925-30; named after E. Fermi and A. M. Dirac Unabridged
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British Dictionary definitions for Fermi-Dirac statistics

Fermi-Dirac statistics

(physics) the branch of quantum statistics used to calculate the permitted energy arrangements of the particles in a system in terms of the exclusion principle Compare Bose-Einstein statistics
Word Origin
C20: named after Enrico Fermi and Paul Dirac
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Fermi-Dirac statistics in Science
Fermi-Dirac statistics  
See under statistical mechanics.
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