Bath-mediated interactions between driven tracers in dense single files

@article{Poncet2019BathmediatedIB,
  title={Bath-mediated interactions between driven tracers in dense single files},
  author={Alexis Poncet and Olivier B'enichou and Vincent D'emery and Gleb Oshanin},
  journal={Physical Review Research},
  year={2019}
}
Single-file transport, where particles cannot bypass each other, has been observed in various experimental setups. In such systems, the behaviour of a tracer particle (TP) is subdiffusive, which originates from strong correlations between particles. These correlations are especially marked when the TP is driven and leads to inhomogeneous density profiles. Determining the impact of this inhomogeneity when several TPs are driven in the system is a key question, related to the general issue of… 

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