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  1. In statistical and condensed matter physics, the density of states (DOS) of a system describes the number of states at each energy level that are available to be occupied

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  2. A high DOS at a specific energy level means that there are many states available for occupation

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  3. A DOS of zero means that no states can be occupied at that energy level

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  4. Waves, or wave-like particles, can only exist within quantum mechanical (QM) systems if the properties of the system allow the wave to exist

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  5. dependent upon the dimensional limits of the object itself

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