Temperature dependence of the density and excitations of dipolar droplets

@article{ztrk2020TemperatureDO,
  title={Temperature dependence of the density and excitations of dipolar droplets},
  author={S. F. {\"O}zt{\"u}rk and Enes Aybar and M. O. Oktel},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020},
  volume={102}
}
Droplet states of ultracold gases which are stabilized by fluctuations have recently been observed for dipolar and two component Bose gases. These systems present a novel form of equilibrium where an instability at the mean field level is arrested by higher order correlations making the droplet states sensitive probes of fluctuations. In a recent paper, we argued that thermal fluctuations can play an important role for droplets even at low temperatures where the non-condensed density is much… 

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