Quantum magnetism without lattices in strongly interacting one-dimensional spinor gases

F. Deuretzbacher, D. Becker, Johannes Bjerlin, Stephanie Reimann, L. Santos

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We show that strongly interacting multicomponent gases in one dimension realize an effective spin chain, offering an alternative simple scenario for the study of one-dimensional (1D) quantum magnetism in cold gases in the absence of an optical lattice. The spin-chain model allows for an intuitive understanding of recent experiments and for a simple calculation of relevant observables. We analyze the adiabatic preparation of antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic ground states, and show that many-body spin states may be efficiently probed in tunneling experiments. The spin-chain model is valid for more than two components, opening the possibility of realizing SU(N) quantum magnetism in strongly interacting 1D alkaline-earth-metal or ytterbium Fermi gases.
TidskriftPhysical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)
StatusPublished - 2014

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