Bose einstein condensation and subatomic-speed

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If we cool down a small sample of atoms and see bose-einstein condensation,
and so the speed of the atoms is slowed down dramatically,
what can we say about the speed of the sub-atomic particles
(quarks etc..), do we know how their speed is being changed?

regards, marcel
 

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I guess that a large part of the atoms being in the ground state doesn't effect the velocity of the atoms constituents...?!
 

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