Intercomponent correlations in attractive one-dimensional mass-imbalanced few-body mixtures

@article{Pkecak2019IntercomponentCI,
  title={Intercomponent correlations in attractive one-dimensional mass-imbalanced few-body mixtures},
  author={Daniel Pkecak and Tomasz Sowi'nski},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2019}
}
Ground-state properties of a few attractively interacting ultra-cold atoms of different mass confined in a one-dimensional harmonic trap are studied in terms of the correlation noise. Depending on the mass ratio between the components' atoms, the inter-particle correlations change their properties significantly from a strong pair-like correlation to an almost uncorrelated phase. This change is accompanied by the undergoing change in the structure of the many-body ground state. A crucial role of… 

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