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Atomic collisions are particularly suitable for such tests. The fundamental force underlying atomic systems, the electromagnetic force, is essentially understood. Therefore, any discrepancy found between experiment and theory can be directly related to the description of few-body effects. In nuclear systems, in contrast, the underlying force is much less understood. Furthermore, in atomic collisions the number of particles can be kept small enough so that complete kinematic information about every single particle in the system can be obtained experimentally.
In systems with large particle numbers, in contrast, usually only statistically averaged or collective quantities about the system can be measured. In classical mechanics , the few-body problem is a subset of the N-body problem.
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