Virial coefficients of trapped and untrapped three-component fermions with three-body forces in arbitrary spatial dimensions

@article{Czejdo2020VirialCO,
  title={Virial coefficients of trapped and untrapped three-component fermions with three-body forces in arbitrary spatial dimensions},
  author={A. J. Czejdo and Joaqu{\'i}n E. Drut and Y. Hou and J. R. McKenney and K. J. Morrell},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020},
  volume={101}
}
Using a coarse temporal lattice approximation, we calculate the first few terms of the virial expansion of a three-species fermion system with a three-body contact interaction in $d$ spatial dimensions, both in homogeneous space as well as in a harmonic trapping potential of frequency $\omega$. Using the three-body problem to renormalize, we report analytic results for the change in the fourth- and fifth-order virial coefficients $\Delta b_4$ and $\Delta b_5$ as functions of $\Delta b_3… 
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