Quantum critical behaviour at the many-body localization transition

@article{Rispoli2019QuantumCB,
  title={Quantum critical behaviour at the many-body localization transition},
  author={M. Rispoli and A. Lukin and R. Schittko and Sooshin Kim and M. Tai and J. L{\'e}onard and M. Greiner},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-6}
}
Phase transitions are driven by collective fluctuations of a system’s constituents that emerge at a critical point1. This mechanism has been extensively explored for classical and quantum systems in equilibrium, whose critical behaviour is described by the general theory of phase transitions. Recently, however, fundamentally distinct phase transitions have been discovered for out-of-equilibrium quantum systems, which can exhibit critical behaviour that defies this description and is not well… Expand
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