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Is it possible to have Bose-Einstein condensation in two dimensions? Why?

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Is it possible to have Bose-Einstein condensation in two dimensions? Why?

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According to the Mermin-Wagner theorem, not under equilibrium conditions.

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[tex]N_0 = \left (1-\left (\frac{T}{T_c}\right )^2\right )N[/tex]

Where [tex]N_0[/tex] is the number of the particles in the ground state, and N the total number of particles.

Don't know what this Mermin-Wagner theorem says about it. To be honest, never even heared of that theorem :)

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