# Two interacting ultracold molecules in a one-dimensional harmonic trap

@article{Dawid2018TwoIU, title={Two interacting ultracold molecules in a one-dimensional harmonic trap}, author={Anna Dawid and Maciej Lewenstein and Michał Tomza}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={2018} }

We investigate the properties of two interacting ultracold polar molecules described as distinguishable quantum rigid rotors, trapped in a one-dimensional harmonic potential. The molecules interact via a multichannel two-body contact potential, incorporating the short-range anisotropy of intermolecular interactions including dipole-dipole interaction. The impact of external electric and magnetic fields resulting in Stark and Zeeman shifts of molecular rovibrational states is also investigated…

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