Planning for a rise.

  title={Planning for a rise.},
  author={H. J. Smith},
  volume={356 6336},
Imaging an atomic soliton train Solitons—waveforms that keep their shape as they travel—can form in various environments where waves propagate, such as optical media. In a one-dimensional tube of bosonic atoms, solitons are formed when the interaction between the atoms is suddenly switched from repulsive to attractive. This causes the atoms to clump together into a “train” of solitons. Nguyen et al. used a nearly nondestructive imaging technique to follow the dynamics of this train. The… CONTINUE READING
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