Probing Spatial Spin Correlations of Ultracold Gases by Quantum Noise Spectroscopy

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Probing Spatial Spin Correlations of Ultracold Gases by Quantum Noise Spectroscopy

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Title: Probing Spatial Spin Correlations of Ultracold Gases by Quantum Noise Spectroscopy
Author: Bruun, G.; Andersen, Brian; Sørensen, Anders; Demler, Eugene A.

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Citation: Bruun, G., Andersen, Brian, Demler, Eugene, and Anders Sørensen. 2009. Probing spatial spin correlations of ultracold gases by quantum noise spectroscopy. Physical Review Letters 102: 030401.
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Abstract: Spin noise spectroscopy with a single laser beam is demonstrated theoretically to provide a direct probe of the spatial correlations of cold fermionic gases. We show how the generic many-body phenomena of anti-bunching, pairing, antiferromagnetic, and algebraic spin liquid correlations can be revealed by measuring the spin noise as a function of laser width, temperature, and frequency.
Published Version: doi://10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.030401
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