Strongly Correlated 2D Quantum Phases with Cold Polar Molecules: Controlling the Shape of the Interaction Potential
Büchler, H. P.
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CitationBüchler, H. P., E. Demler, M. Lukin, A. Micheli, N. Prokof’ev, G. Pupillo, and P. Zoller. 2007. “Strongly Correlated 2D Quantum Phases with Cold Polar Molecules: Controlling the Shape of the Interaction Potential.” Physical Review Letters 98 (6) (February 8). doi:10.1103/physrevlett.98.060404.
AbstractWe discuss techniques to tune and shape the long-range part of the interaction potentials in quantum gases of polar molecules by dressing rotational excitations with static and microwave fields. This provides a novel tool towards engineering strongly correlated quantum phases in combination with low dimensional trapping geometries. As an illustration, we discuss a 2D crystalline phase, and a superfluid-crystal quantum phase transition.
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