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Author: Keith Burnett
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: introduction, condensation, einstein, bose
Number of Pages: 213
Published: 1996-12-01
ISBN-10: 0788137409
ISBN-13: 9780788137402

Among the most remarkable effects that quantum mechanics adds to the catalog of the thermal properties of matter is "condensation" of an ideal gas of identical particles into a single quantum state, the principle of which was discovered in the theory of statistical mechanics by Bose and Einstein in the 1920s. Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) is a mechanism for producing a macroscopic quantum system, and is exemplary of the macroscopic quantum phenomena of superconductivity and superfluidity.These 15 papers provide an introduction to current work on BEC.
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: sociology, introduction
Number of Pages: 48
Published: 1985
ISBN-10: 1440064423
ISBN-13: 9781440064425
30090

Author: Unknown
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: thermodynamics, introduction
Number of Pages: 153
Published:
ISBN-10: 1440059012
ISBN-13: 9781440059018
37196

Author: M. Asch
Publisher: Sarup & Sons
Keywords: psychology, educational, introduction
Number of Pages: 452
Published: 2005-01-01
ISBN-10: 8176255416
ISBN-13: 9788176255417
26199

Author: Unknown
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: psychoanalysis, introduction, general
Number of Pages: 421
Published:
ISBN-10: 1451004303
ISBN-13: 9781451004304
35773

Author: William Flexner
Publisher: Sarup & Sons
Keywords: parapsychology, introduction
Number of Pages: 384
Published: 2004-01-01
ISBN-10: 8176255114
ISBN-13: 9788176255110
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Author: European Conference of Ministers of Transport. Eco
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: tolls, topic, following, interurban, road, evaluation, economic, infrastructure, december, november, round, eighteenth, hundred, table, transport, 30th, paris, economics, report
Number of Pages: 164
Published: 2002-08
ISBN-10: 9282113744
ISBN-13: 9789282113745

Strictly speaking, tolls are not a modern invention. Tolling is, in fact, an ancient tradition, with its origins rooted in history. Tolling has served numerous and wide-ranging purposes across the ages. While initially providing right of way, tolls were later used to finance the building and maintenance of infrastructure, before becoming a means of internalising external costs and managing demand. Nowadays, two main arguments are put forward for the introduction of tolls: to meet funding requirements and to respond to society’s desire for efficient use of infrastructure. However, as this Ro
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