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Even when a compound system has a pure state, some of its subsystems may not have their own pure states. So before the components that make up detectors at colliders like the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) get the chance to see a single collision, physicists want to be sure they are up to the task. Mathematics and experimentation have taken us where our logical mind cannot go. If this one works as calculated, it might represent an enormous advance in automotive design.

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