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At super low temperatures, clouds of bosonic atoms shape what's referred to as a Bose-Einstein condensate. lately, it has develop into transparent that many differing kinds of condensates -- so known as fragmented condensates -- exist. so that it will inform even if fragmentation happens or now not, it is vital to unravel the complete many-body Schrödinger equation, a role that remained elusive for experimentally appropriate stipulations for a few years.
This ebook examines the character of the coherent excitation produced in atoms via lasers. It examines the unique temporary edition of excited-state populations with time and with controllable parameters resembling laser frequency and depth. The dialogue assumes modest previous wisdom of hassle-free quantum mechanics and, in a few sections, nodding acquaintance with Maxwell's equations of electrodynamics.
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2 The motion of falling bodies according to Galileo: in contrast to Aristotle’s theory (see Fig. 3), all bodies are falling with the same acceleration (drawing by author) motion and wrote the first draft of his tutorial notes on mechanics, which he completed and published in books (Mechanics in 1600 and Dialogues and Mathematical Proofs Concerning Two New Sciences in 1638) during the second and third period of his life. It is said that Galileo disproved the Aristotelian theory of motion of bodies with an experiment, during which he dropped from the top of the Tower of Pisa bodies of same volume but different densities.
26 3 From Classical Era to the Renaissance been regarded by several authors as a precursor of Galileo. Unfortunately, the ideas of John Philoponus fell into obscurity because, apart from natural philosophy, he was also involved in theology. Within the framework of theology, Philoponus supported the view that the divine nature of Jesus prevailed over the human one. For this reason, he was accused of being follower of the sect of Monophysites and was anathematized by the sixth Ecumenical Council in 680 AD.
As we shall see in Sect. 2, within the framework of general relativity, the trajectory of a body is curved not because a force is acting on it, but because the space in which it moves is curved. In quantum mechanics, the concept of motion—and therefore the concepts of position and velocity as well—has been replaced by the concept of the probability that a particle will be observed in a specific place at a particular time. Finally, according to Ockham’s razor, it is preferable to have a theory based on fewer than three axioms.