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Dipolar physics: A review of experiments with magnetic quantum gases

  title={Dipolar physics: A review of experiments with magnetic quantum gases},
  author={Lauriane Chomaz and Igor Ferrier-Barbut and Francesca Ferlaino and Bruno Laburthe-Tolra and Benjamin L. Lev and Tilman Pfau},
Since the achievement of quantum degeneracy in gases of chromium atoms in 2004, the experimental investigation of ultracold gases made of highly magnetic atoms has blossomed. The field has yielded the observation of many unprecedented phenomena, in particular those in which long-range and anisotropic dipole-dipole interactions play a crucial role. In this review, we aim to present the aspects of the magnetic quantum-gas platform that make it unique for exploring ultracold and quantum physics as… 
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