# Fermionization and bosonization of expanding one-dimensional anyonic fluids

@article{Campo2008FermionizationAB, title={Fermionization and bosonization of expanding one-dimensional anyonic fluids}, author={Adolfo del Campo}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={2008}, volume={78} }

Departamento de Qu´imica-F´isica, Universidad del Pa´is Vasco, Apartado 644, 48080 Bilbao, Spain(Dated: May 27, 2008)The momentum distribution of an expanding cloud of one-dimensional hard-core anyons is stud-ied by an exact numerical approach, and shown to become indistinguishable from that of a non-interacting spin-polarized Fermi gas for large enough times (dynamical fermionization). We alsoconsider the expansion of one-dimensional anyons with strongly attractive short-range…

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