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Energy-Resolved Information Scrambling in a Weakly-Interacting Fermi Gas

@article{Pegahan2020EnergyResolvedIS,
  title={Energy-Resolved Information Scrambling in a Weakly-Interacting Fermi Gas},
  author={S. Pegahan and I. V. Arakelyan and J. E. Thomas},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Gases},
  year={2020}
}
Weakly interacting Fermi gases provide a rich platform for investigating information spreading and spin coherence in a large many-body quantum system with effective long-range interactions and conserved single-atom energies. We demonstrate a new protocol for the study of information scrambling, employing an inverse Abel-transform to extract energy-resolved out-of-time-order correlation functions and many-body coherence from the spatial profiles of the spin density. 

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