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The Bethe ansatz for a new integrable open quantum system

  title={The Bethe ansatz for a new integrable open quantum system},
  author={Marius de Leeuw and Chiara Paletta},
In this paper we apply the nested algebraic Bethe ansatz to compute the eigenvalues and the Bethe equations of the transfer matrix of the new integrable Lindbladian found in [1]. We show that it can be written as an integrable spin chain consisting of two interacting XXZ spin chains. We numerically compute the Liouville gap and its dependence on the parameters in the system such as scaling with the system length and interaction strength. 

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