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A fermionic condensate is a superfluid phase formed by fermionic particles at low temperatures. It is closely related to the Bose-Einstein condensate, a superfluid phas…e formed by bosonic atoms under similar conditions. Unlike the Bose-Einstein condensates, fermionic condensates are formed using fermions instead of bosons Source(s): rtc (MORE)

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Fermions are particles with half spin for example, electrons. Pauli's exclusion principle states that no more than two fermions can occupy the same energy state. from Qu…antum mechanics, electrons will also fill up all energy levels until the Fermi Energy. If you compress these electrons further, the total fermi energy of the system is increased (not the individual fermions) and work must be done to compress these fermions. As a consequence, the fermions exert an opposing pressure, called the fermionic repulsion pressure. (MORE)

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There are probably many more than two. Two names I have gleaned from the wikipedia article on this subject are Eric Cornell and Carl Wiemann. May I suggest that yo…u interrogate scholar.google.com for more current information on this topic. (MORE)

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In Cosmology

Bosons and Fermions are parts of Quaternion Electronic Particles. The Boson is the Quaternion Scalar part and the Fermion is the Quaternion Vector part. Quaternions are four d…imensional "particles" a Boson and a three dimensional Fermion The Quaternion Unit can be described by Q= Cos(Spin) + v Sin(Spin) where v is the unit vector. The Quaternion consists of a scalar part the Boson = Cos(Spin) and a vector part the Fermion = v Sin(Spin). When the angle Spin = n pi/2 i f n is a multiple of 1 then the Quaternion Unit is a positive Fermion; If n is a multiple of 2 then the Quaternion is a negative Boson; if n is a multiple of 3 then the Quaternion is a negative Fermion if n is a multiple of 4, then the Quaternion is a Positive Boson. In general Bosons are even spin angles of pi/2 and Fermions are odd spin angles of pi/2. If the spin angel is not a multiple of pi/2 then the Quaternion is the sum of a Boson and a Fermion. This looks like Complex Numbers. because it is. Complex Numbers are a Quaternion 2 dimensional subgroup with Boson and a single vector Fermions. (MORE)

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* The spin. A fermion has a spin amount as a fraction, i.e. 5/2. But for a boson, the spin is an integer, i.e. 3. * Its structure. The fermion has mass and is found so…metimes in atoms. Meanwhile, the boson has force and energy. NB:The fermion was named after the scientist Fermi (also, an element is named after him) and the boson is named after the scientist Bose (a new state of matter was named after him). These points, mind you, are not accurate. (MORE)

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I think perhaps your confused here somewhat. A fermion is a particle which obeys the Pauli exclusion principle; put simply two fermions can not be in the same state (i.e. have… the same set of quantum no's) at the same time. Fermions cannot be broken down into anything smaller, fermions include quark's, electron's, muon's, tau's and neutrino's which are elementary i.e. not made of anything but energy Quarks make up all other particles. Bosons can be made of 3 quarks and are split into two catergorys: Baryons such as Protons, Neutrons and many other heavy particles these are effectively composite fermions as they contain 3 quarks. Or Mesons, which contain one quark and an anti quark and hence are not composite fermions. (MORE)