Itinerant Ferromagnetism in a Fermi Gas of Ultracold Atoms

@article{Jo2009ItinerantFI,
  title={Itinerant Ferromagnetism in a Fermi Gas of Ultracold Atoms},
  author={Gyu-Boong Jo and Ye-Ryoung Lee and Jae-Hoon Choi and C. Christensen and T. H. Kim and J. Thywissen and D. Pritchard and W. Ketterle},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={325},
  pages={1521 - 1524}
}
Cold Atom Magnetism Magnetic ordering arises from the strong interactions between atoms, with its origins deeply rooted in quantum mechanics. How the ordering comes about, however, has long been a topic of debate because most condensed-matter systems are limited by a somewhat fixed parameter space. Cold atom systems, by comparison, provide the ability to tune the magnitude and sign of the atom-atom interaction, as well as the density. Jo et al. (p. 1521; see the Perspective by Zwerger) exploit… Expand
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