Bogoliubov waves and distant transport of magnon condensate at room temperature

@article{Bozhko2019BogoliubovWA,
  title={Bogoliubov waves and distant transport of magnon condensate at room temperature},
  author={Dmytro A. Bozhko and Alexander J. E. Kreil and Halyna Yu. Musiienko-Shmarova and Alexander A. Serga and Anna Pomyalov and Victor S L’vov and Burkard Hillebrands},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2019},
  volume={10}
}
A macroscopic collective motion of a Bose–Einstein condensate (BEC) is commonly associated with phenomena such as superconductivity and superfluidity, often generalised by the term supercurrent. Another type of motion of a quantum condensate is second sound—a wave of condensate’s parameters. Recently, we reported on the decay of a BEC of magnons caused by a supercurrent outflow of the BEC from the locally heated area of a room temperature magnetic film. Here, we present the observation of a… 

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