[ UK /bˈɒsən/ ]
  1. any particle that obeys Bose-Einstein statistics but not the Pauli exclusion principle; all nuclei with an even mass number are bosons
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How To Use boson In A Sentence

  • Although it is too early to draw definite conclusions, the message is clear; Higgs bosons have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. Santhosh Mathew, PhD: Nowhere to Run, Bosons, Nowhere to Hide
  • Now we might address this issue by considering our cosmology universe as a four dimensional spacetime embedded in a 26 dimensional bosonic spacetime or equivalently a 10 dimensional super-spacetime. Searching for Life in the Multiverse | Universe Today
  • A boson is a particle that obeys Bose statistics: when you take two identical bosons and switch them with each other, the state you end up with is indistinguishable from the state you started with. Thanksgiving
  • In modern particle physics theory, the photon is described as a boson, a particle with integral spin that acts as carrier of the electromagnetic force.
  • Where does the energy for string vibrations come from, if every boson is itself a certain type of string vibration? Combinatorial Dependencies
  • Strassler proposed referring to the subatomic particle as "the evanescent yet essential Higgs boson. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • But any particle with integer intrinsic spin angular momentum is a boson.
  • By comparing the fundamental properties of these bosons, it is clear that photons and gravitons are different, although they do share some of the same properties.
  • For example, the earliest version of the theory could only accommodate bosons, whereas many hadrons - including the proton and neutron - are fermions.
  • Finding the Higgs boson is probably the only thing many people outside physics know about the impending experiments at Cern. Meet Peter Higgs: Father of the ‘God Particle’ | Disinformation
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