Quantum Droplets of Dipolar Mixtures.

@article{Bisset2021QuantumDO,
  title={Quantum Droplets of Dipolar Mixtures.},
  author={Russell N. Bisset and Luis A. Pe{\~n}a Ardila and L. Santos},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={126 2},
  pages={
          025301
        }
}
Recently achieved two-component dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates open exciting possibilities for the study of mixtures of ultradilute quantum liquids. While nondipolar self-bound (without external confinement) mixtures are necessarily miscible with an approximately fixed ratio between the two densities, the density ratio for the dipolar case is free. Therefore, self-bound dipolar mixtures present qualitatively novel and much richer physics, characterized by three possible ground-state phases… 

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