noun, Physics, Chemistry.
the branch of statistical mechanics that incorporates quantum mechanics.
(functioning as sing) (physics) statistics concerned with the distribution of a number of identical elementary particles, atoms, ions, or molecules among possible quantum states
quantum statistics
Any of various kinds of statistical mechanics that assume quantum mechanical behavior of particles.


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