Emergent hydrodynamics in a strongly interacting dipolar spin ensemble.

  title={Emergent hydrodynamics in a strongly interacting dipolar spin ensemble.},
  author={Cao Zu and Francisco Machado and B Ye and S Choi and Bryce Kobrin and Thomas Mittiga and S Hsieh and Prabudhya Bhattacharyya and Matthew L. Markham and Daniel J. Twitchen and Andrey Jarmola and Dmitry Budker and Chris R. Laumann and J. E. Moore and Norman Y. Yao},
  volume={597 7874},
Conventional wisdom holds that macroscopic classical phenomena naturally emerge from microscopic quantum laws1-7. However, despite this mantra, building direct connections between these two descriptions has remained an enduring scientific challenge. In particular, it is difficult to quantitatively predict the emergent 'classical' properties of a system (for example, diffusivity, viscosity and compressibility) from a generic microscopic quantum Hamiltonian7-14. Here we introduce a hybrid solid… 
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