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Quantum phase transitions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Quantum phase transitions are changes in matter that occur because of quantum behaviour. As opposed to classical behaviour (see classical physics and phase changes). Normally only relevant at temperatures close to absolute zero. For certain types of material Quantum Phase transitions are important, for example the Bose-Einstein Condensate.


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