Coherent states of composite bosons

  title={Coherent states of composite bosons},
  author={Su-Yong Lee and Jayne Thompson and Paweł Kurzyński and Akihito Soeda and Dagomir Kaszlikowski},
  journal={Physical Review A},
We present a systematic analysis on coherent states of composite bosons consisting of two distinguishable particles. By defining an effective composite boson (coboson) annihilation operator, we derive its eigenstate and commutator. Depending on the elementary particles comprising the composite particles, we gauge the resemblance between this eigenstate and traditional coherent states through typical measures of nonclassicality, such as quadrature variances and Mandel's Q parameter. Furthermore… 

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