Making two dysprosium atoms rotate —Einstein-de Haas effect revisited

@article{Gorecki2016MakingTD,
  title={Making two dysprosium atoms rotate —Einstein-de Haas effect revisited},
  author={Wojciech G'orecki and Kazimierz Rzążewski},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={116}
}
We present a numerical study of the behaviour of two magnetic dipolar atoms trapped in a harmonic potential and exhibiting the standard Einstein-de Haas effect while subject to a time-dependent homogeneous magnetic field. Using a simplified description of the short-range interaction and the full expression for the dipole-dipole forces we show that under experimentally realisable conditions two dysprosium atoms may be pumped to a high 20)$ ?> value of the relative orbital angular momentum. 
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