1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a gas of 10^6 bosonic atoms at fixed temperature. Can you make an initially classical gas Bose condense by only changing the volume keeping the temperature fixed? Why? 2. Relevant equations condensation temperature of a free Bose gas equation: T = 0.527(h^2/2*Pi*m)(N/V)^(2/3) 3. The attempt at a solution This is the only equation I have found that could be helpful. Here is my logic...since that equation only depends on V and not T...the answer is yes...? Sorry...really stuck here.