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Kansas State Physicist Works to Understand Atomic Collisions Important to Ultracold Quantum Gasses


September 30, 2009

physics graphic A K-State physics professor is studying what happens when atoms collide in groups of three and four. These few-body collisions play an important role in experiments on ultracold quantum gasses. Full Story

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