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Observation of Domain Wall Confinement and Dynamics in a Quantum Simulator

@inproceedings{Tan2019ObservationOD,
  title={Observation of Domain Wall Confinement and Dynamics in a Quantum Simulator},
  author={Wooi Liat Tan and Petra Becker and Fangli Liu and Gaetano Pagano and K. S. Collins and Ajit De and Lanting Feng and Heidi B. Kaplan and Alexandros-Charalampos Kyprianidis and Rebekka Lundgren and William Morong and Seth Whitsitt and Alexey V. Gorshkov and Christopher Monroe},
  year={2019}
}
  • Wooi Liat Tan, Petra Becker, +11 authors Christopher Monroe
  • Published 2019
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • Confinement is a ubiquitous mechanism in nature, whereby particles feel an attractive force that increases without bound as they separate. A prominent example is color confinement in particle physics, in which baryons and mesons are produced by quark confinement. Analogously, confinement can also occur in low-energy quantum many-body systems when elementary excitations are confined into bound quasiparticles. Here, we report the first observation of magnetic domain wall confinement in… CONTINUE READING

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