Coherent quantum depletion of an interacting atom condensate

@inproceedings{Kira2015CoherentQD,
  title={Coherent quantum depletion of an interacting atom condensate},
  author={M Kira},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2015}
}
Sufficiently strong interactions promote coherent quantum transitions in spite of thermalization and losses, which are the adversaries of delicate effects such as reversibility and correlations. In atomic Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs), strong atom-atom interactions can eject atoms from the BEC to the normal component, yielding quantum depletion instead of temperature depletion. A recent experiment has already been verified to overcome losses. Here I show that it also achieves coherent… CONTINUE READING

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