Jae Hoon Choi

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Overview Our results in the past year reflect our focus on strongly interacting quantum gases. Our longer term goal is the study of magnetic properties of two-component gases including spin ordering and magnetic phase transition. This year, we made progress in developing novel detection and cooling techniques. 1. Spin Gradient Thermometry for Ultracold(More)
Overview All our results in the past year reflect our focus on strongly interacting quantum gases. Although we published only two papers, both were major accomplishments. The superfluid gap is the most important parameter characterizing the superfluid state, and we were able to observe it for the first time. Our experiment on ferromagnetism is the first(More)
Overview Most of our results in the past year reflect our focus on strongly interacting quantum gases. The highlight has been the study of fermionic superfluidity with variable interactions and population imbalance. A non-interacting zero-temperature Bose-Einstein condensate is the matter-wave analogue to the optical laser, and therefore the ideal atom(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS We examined the ischemia-modified albumin (IMA) level during exercise in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD). METHODS Forty patients with a history of chest pain underwent both symptom-limited treadmill exercise stress testing and coronary angiography within one week. During the treadmill tests, blood samples were obtained at(More)
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