The Conditions Necessary for Atoms to Become a Bose-Einstein Condensate and Extremely Cold and Extremely Hot Atoms Appearing Virtually Identical

When atoms become extremely cold and reach absolute zero on the Kelvin scale they enter what is referred to as a Bose-Einstein Condensate state which is a state of matter which causes atoms to lose their individual properties which leads them to mash together and perform strangely. Atoms become so smeared that their waves start looking indistinguishable from super hot compressed atoms (eg. compressed atoms found inside the inner core of neutron stars, which are so dense that a tea spoon would we...

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