How to observe dipolar effects in spinor Bose-Einstein condensates.

@article{Gawryluk2011HowTO,
  title={How to observe dipolar effects in spinor Bose-Einstein condensates.},
  author={Krzysztof Gawryluk and Kai Bongs and Miroslaw Brewczyk},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 14},
  pages={
          140403
        }
}
We propose an experiment which proves the possibility of spinning gaseous media via dipolar interactions in the spirit of the famous Einstein-de Haas effect for ferromagnets. The main idea is to utilize resonances that we find in spinor condensates of alkali atoms while these systems are placed in an oscillating magnetic field. A significant transfer of angular momentum from spin to motional degrees of freedom observed on resonance is a spectacular manifestation of dipolar effects in spinor… 
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