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Topological Molecules and Topological Localization of a Rydberg Electron on a Classical Orbit

  title={Topological Molecules and Topological Localization of a Rydberg Electron on a Classical Orbit},
  author={Ali Emami Kopaei and Xuedong Tian and Krzysztof Giergiel and Krzysztof Sacha},
It is common knowledge that atoms can form molecules if they attract each other. Here, we show that it is possible to create molecules where bound states of the atoms are not the result of attractive interactions but have the topological origin. That is, the bound states of the atoms correspond to the topologically protected edge states of a topological model. Such topological molecules can be realized if the interaction strength between ultra-cold atoms is properly modulated in time. A similar… 

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