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    Title: Condensation and magnetization of charged vector Boson gas
    Other Titles: 帶電矢量波色子氣體之凝聚及磁化
    Authors: Khalilov, V. R.;何俊麟;Ho, Choon-lin;楊棨;Yang, Chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學物理學系
    Date: 1997-09-07
    Issue Date: 2009-12-31 10:36:52 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: World Scientific Publishing
    Abstract: The magnetic properties of charged vector boson gas are studied in the very weak, and very strong (near critical value) external magnetic field limits. When the density of the vector boson gas is low, or when the external field is strong, no true Bose–Einstein condensation occurs, though significant amount of bosons will accumulate in the ground state. The gas is ferromagnetic in nature at low temperature. However, Bose–Einstein condensation of vector bosons (scalar bosons as well) is likely to occur in the presence of a uniform weak magnetic field when the gas density is sufficiently high. A transitional density depending on the magnetic field seems to exist below which the vector boson gas changes its property with respect to the Bose–Einstein condensation in a uniform magnetic field.
    Relation: Modern Physics Letters A 12(27), pp.1973-1981
    DOI: 10.1142/S0217732397002028
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