Test Draft

Next, let us find the occupancy (mean occupation number) fk,ms:
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Now, we note that for |x|<1,
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This tells us that the sum in the numerator is thus , and so
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Compare this to the occupancy for a fermion fluid ; the difference is a change of sign in the denominator. Note that unlike the fermion case, for a boson fluid, the occupancy can be greater than one.

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