Dynamics of a few interacting bosons escaping from an open well

@article{Dobrzyniecki2018DynamicsOA,
  title={Dynamics of a few interacting bosons escaping from an open well},
  author={Jacek Dobrzyniecki and Tomasz Sowi'nski},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2018}
}
The dynamics of a few ultra-cold bosons tunneling from a one-dimensional potential well into open space is studied. In such a system several decay channels can be distinguished, each corresponding to a different number of bosons escaping simultaneously. We show that as the interparticle interaction strength is changed, the system undergoes transitions between distinct regimes characterized by the dominance of different decay channels. These transitions are reflected in the behavior of the decay… 

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