Thermal destabilization of self-bound ultradilute quantum droplets

@article{Wang2020ThermalDO,
  title={Thermal destabilization of self-bound ultradilute quantum droplets},
  author={Jia Wang and Hui Hu and Xia-ji Liu},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2020},
  volume={22},
  pages={103044}
}
We theoretically investigate the temperature effect in a Bose-Bose mixture with attractive inter-species interactions, in the regime where a self-bound ultradilute quantum droplet forms due to the subtle balance between the attractive mean-field force and the repulsive force provided by Lee-Huang-Yang quantum fluctuations. We find that in contrast to quantum fluctuations, thermal fluctuations destabilize the droplet state and completely destroy it above a threshold temperature. We show that the… 

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