QUANTUM HALL FRACTIONS IN ULTRACOLD ATOMIC VAPORS

@article{Regnault2004QUANTUMHF,
  title={QUANTUM HALL FRACTIONS IN ULTRACOLD ATOMIC VAPORS},
  author={Nicolas Regnault and Th. Jolicoeur},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters B},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={1003-1012}
}
Atomic vapors can be prepared and manipulated at very low densities and temperatures. When they are rotating, they can reach a quantum Hall regime in which there should be manifestations of the fractional quantum Hall effect. We discuss the appearance of the principal sequence of fractions ν=p/(p±1) for bosonic atoms. The termination point of this series is the paired Moore–Read Pfaffian state. Exotic states fill the gap between the paired state and the vortex lattice expected at high filling… 
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