Exactly solvable case of a one-dimensional Bose–Fermi mixture
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CitationImambekov, Adilet, and Eugene Demler. 2006. “Exactly Solvable Case of a One-Dimensional Bose–Fermi Mixture.” Physical Review A 73 (2) (February 24). doi:10.1103/physreva.73.021602.
AbstractWe consider a one-dimensional interacting Bose-Fermi mixture with equal masses of bosons and fermions, and with equal and repulsive interactions between Bose-Fermi and Bose-Bose particles. Such a system can be realized in experiments with ultracold boson and fermion isotopes in optical lattices. We use the Bethe-ansatz technique to find the ground state energy at zero temperature for any value of interaction strength and density ratio between bosons and fermions. We prove that the mixture is always stable against demixing. Combining exact solution with the local density approximation, we calculate density profiles and collective oscillation modes in a harmonic trap. In the strongly interating regime, we use exact wave functions to calculate correlation functions for bosons and fermions under periodic boundary conditions.
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