Newly minted JILA Ph.D. Catherine Klauss and her colleagues in the Jin and Cornell group decided to see what would happen to a Bose-Einstein condensate of Rubidium-85 (85Rb) atoms if they suddenly threw the whole experiment wildly out of equilibrium by quickly lowering the magnetic field through a Feshbach resonance.1 Theoretically, this maneuver is predicted to make the atoms infinitely...
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Universal Four-Boson States in Ultracold Molecular Gases: Resonant Effects in Dimer-Dimer Collisions
Erratum: Universal Three-Body Parameter in Heteronuclear Atomic Systems [Phys. Rev. Lett.109, 243201 (2012)]
The short-range three-body phase and other issues impacting the observation of Efimov physics in ultracold quantum gases
Enhanced association and dissociation of heteronuclear Feshbach molecules in a microgravity environment