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So a quick question. If im representing a quantum gas with diagrams of the allowed configurations of the gas.

When it comes to indistinguishable I have 7 configurations. But if we then compare to a gas made up of distinguishable particles.

Would there be more or less configurations if the particles were distinguishable? and is the probability of finding two or more particles in the same state higher or lower than in the case of bosons. What does this imply about the sociability of bosons?

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