Weber number and the outcome of binary collisions between quantum droplets

@article{AlbaArroyo2022WeberNA,
  title={Weber number and the outcome of binary collisions between quantum droplets},
  author={Jos{\'e} Ernesto Alba-Arroyo and Santiago F. Caballero-Benitez and R J{\'a}uregui},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2022},
  volume={12}
}
A theoretical analysis of binary collisions of quantum droplets under feasible experimental conditions is reported. Droplets formed from degenerate dilute Bose gases made up from binary mixtures of ultracold atoms are considered. Reliable expressions for the surface tension of the droplets are introduced based on a study of low energy excitations of their ground state within the random phase approximation. Their relevance is evaluated considering an estimation of the expected excitation energy… 

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