Generalized hydrodynamics in strongly interacting 1D Bose gases

@article{Malvania2020GeneralizedHI,
  title={Generalized hydrodynamics in strongly interacting 1D Bose gases},
  author={Neel Malvania and Yicheng Zhang and Yuan Le and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Dubail and Marcos Rigol and David S. Weiss},
  journal={Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={373},
  pages={1129 - 1133}
}
Description Monitoring quantum dynamics Reducing the dimensionality of a quantum system of interacting particles can simplify its physics. Such reduction is possible in ultracold atomic gases, where a lattice of one-dimensional (1D) gases can be generated using optical potentials. Malvania et al. studied the dynamics of 1D rubidium-87 atomic gases after a sudden increase in the axial trapping potential. Normally, these dynamics would be difficult to describe theoretically, but the researchers… 

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