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A Low Energy Nuclear Reaction

by Talbot Chubb and Scott Chubb

This 2-page paper was published in Issue 26 (1999).

From the Introduction: We live in a time when the behavior of many-body atom systems has become a major forefront field of physics. An exciting part of this field is the development of techniques by which a collection of atoms can be made to act like a single entity, called a Bose-Einstein condensate or superfluid. Fundamental to this behavior is the idea of "particle indistinguishability." As a result of this, the particles making up the superfluid can be said to be entangled. Moreover, such an entity can be made to split itself into many pieces that are still a part of the whole...

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