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This prepares students for a career in research through rigorous training in theory, methodology, and mathematics. It also shows large isotope effects, since condenses to liquid at 4.2 K, while the more rare isotope remains in gaseous form down to 3.2 K. The Higgs boson is part of a bigger set of ideas that are called the Standard Model of Particle Physics. Phillips, whose research groups manipulated atoms by collisions with laser photons.

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