Maintaining supersolidity in one and two dimensions

@article{Poli2021MaintainingSI,
  title={Maintaining supersolidity in one and two dimensions},
  author={E. Poli and Thomas Bland and Claudia Politi and Lauritz Klaus and Matthew A. Norcia and Francesca Ferlaino and Russell N. Bisset and Luis Santos},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2021}
}
We theoretically investigate supersolidity in three-dimensional dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates. We focus on the role of trap geometry in determining the dimensionality of the resulting droplet arrays, which range from one-dimensional to zigzag, through to two-dimensional supersolids in circular traps. Supersolidity is well established in one-dimensional arrays, and may be just as favorable in two-dimensional arrays provided that one appropriately scales the atom number to the trap volume. We… 

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