Quantum Droplet States of a Binary Magnetic Gas.

@article{Smith2021QuantumDS,
  title={Quantum Droplet States of a Binary Magnetic Gas.},
  author={Joseph C. Smith and D. Baillie and P Blair Blakie},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={126 2},
  pages={
          025302
        }
}
Quantum droplets can emerge in bosonic binary magnetic gases (BMGs) from the interplay of short- and long-ranged interactions, and quantum fluctuations. We develop an extended mean field theory for this system and use it to predict equilibrium and dynamical properties of BMG droplets. We present a phase diagram and characterize miscible and immiscible droplet states. We also show that a single-component self-bound droplet can bind another magnetic component, which is not in the droplet regime… 

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