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September 8th, 2003
A Spinless BEC
A spinless BEC, a Bose-Einstein condensate that is insensitive to any external magnetic field, has been created by researchers at Kyoto University, potentially offering a route to improved atomic clocks, more precise atom interferometry, and more highly controlled means of depositing atoms on surfaces.
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