Ground-state properties of artificial bosonic atoms, Bose interaction blockade, and the single-atom pipette

@article{Kolomeisky2004GroundstatePO,
  title={Ground-state properties of artificial bosonic atoms, Bose interaction blockade, and the single-atom pipette},
  author={Eugene B. Kolomeisky and Joseph P Straley and Ryan M. Kalas},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2004},
  volume={69},
  pages={063401}
}
We analyze the ground-state properties of an artificial atom made out of repulsive bosons attracted to a center for the case that all the interactions are short ranged. Such bosonic atoms could be created by optically trapping ultracold particles of alkali-metal vapors; we present the theory describing how their properties depend on experimentally adjustable strength of 'nuclear' attraction and interparticle repulsion. The binding ability of the short-range potential increases with space… 
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