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Correlated hopping of bosonic atoms induced by optical lattices

AuthorsEckholt, Maria; García-Ripoll, Juan José
Issue Date5-Jun-2009
AbstractIn this work, we analyze a particular setup with ultracold atoms trapped in state-dependent lattices. We show that any asymmetry in the contact interaction translates into one of two classes of correlated hopping. After deriving the effective lattice Hamiltonian for the atoms, we obtain analytically and numerically the different phases and quantum phase transitions. We find for weak correlated hopping both Mott insulators and charge density waves, while for stronger correlated hopping the system transitions into a pair superfluid. We demonstrate that this phase exists for a wide range of interaction asymmetries and has interesting correlation properties that differentiate it from an ordinary atomic Bose–Einstein condensate.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/11/9/093028
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