Exploring a quantum degenerate gas of fermionic atoms

@article{Demarco1998ExploringAQ,
  title={Exploring a quantum degenerate gas of fermionic atoms},
  author={Brian Demarco and Deborah S. Jin},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={1998},
  volume={58},
  pages={4267-4270}
}
We predict phenomena in the behavior of an ultracold, trapped gas of fermionic atoms. We find that quantum statistics radically changes the collisional properties, spatial profile, and off-resonant light-scattering properties of the atomic fermion system, and we suggest how these effects can be observed. 
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