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- Bose, Satyendra Nath 1894-1974. Indian physicist whose work in quantum mechanics provided the base for a statistical description of the behavior of large numbers of bosons.
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- proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist S.R. Bose (1888-1970).
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- n. Indian physicist who with Albert Einstein proposed statistical laws based on the indistinguishability of particles; led to the description of fundamental particles that later came to be known as bosons
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Each is engineered with proprietary Bose technologies for improved audio quality, and feature new Bose® StayHear ™ tips for greater stability and a comfortable fit.
* Acoustic black hole created in Bose-Einstein condensate.
The VideoWave TV will be available in Bose stores on October 14th at a price of $5,350.
The Bose VideoWave Entertainment System will be available in Bose stores on Oct. 14 for $5,350.
Worth noting: though I was able to use an iPhone through the speakers, the new Bose is not an official "Made for iPhone" accessory.
In 1943 when Orwell edited Talking to India, a selection of broadcast scripts from the Eastern Service which was distributed in India, he instructively juxtaposed some examples of his own newsletters (frankly described as ‘Five Specimens of Propaganda’) with the transcript of a ‘Talk in English’ by Subhas Chandra Bose. 10 Bose is stirring, oratorical.
Thus, it is a fermion type of particle, and should not be able to participate in Bose-Einstein condensation, which works only for bosons.
Mentioning the name Bose is an easy way to start a fight among audiophiles.
These explosions have since become known as Bose supernovas.
Superfluidity and Coherence in Bose-Einstein Condensates
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