plural noun Physics.
quantum statistics for particles not obeying the exclusion principle, based on the assumption that in a given physical system consisting of indistinguishable particles and regions, all distinguishable arrangements of the particles have equal probability.
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British Dictionary definitions for bose-einstein statistics
(functioning as singular) physics the branch of quantum statistics applied to systems of particles of zero or integral spin that do not obey the exclusion principleCompare Fermi-Dirac statistics
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Science definitions for bose-einstein statistics
See under statistical mechanics.
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