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Exact relations for dipolar quantum gases

  title={Exact relations for dipolar quantum gases},
  author={Johannes S. Hofmann and Wilhelm Zwerger},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Gases},
We establish that two-dimensional dipolar quantum gases admit a universal description, i.e., their thermodynamic properties are independent of details of the interaction at short distances. The only relevant parameters are the dipole length as well as the scattering length of the combined short-range plus dipolar interaction potential. We derive adiabatic relations that link the change in the thermodynamic potentials with respect to the scattering length and the dipole length to a generalized… 
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