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Symmetry Breaking in Bose-Einstein Condensates Confined by a Funnel Potential

@inproceedings{Miranda2022SymmetryBI,
  title={Symmetry Breaking in Bose-Einstein Condensates Confined by a Funnel Potential},
  author={Bruno M. Miranda and Mateus C. P. dos Santos and Wesley B. Cardoso},
  year={2022}
}
In this work, we consider a Bose-Einstein condensate in the self-focusing regime, confined transversely by a funnel-like potential and axially by a double-well potential formed by the combination of two inverted P¨oschl-Teller potentials. The system is well described by a one-dimensional nonpolynomial Schr¨odinger equation, for which we analyze the symmetry break of the wave function that describes the particle distribution of the condensate. The symmetry break was observed for several… 

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