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24 January 2021
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Quench-controlled frictionless motion of an impurity in a quantum medium
Oleksandr Gamayun ; Oleg Lychkovskiy ; Evgeni Burovski ; Matthew Malcomson ; Vadim V. Cheianov ; Mikhail B. Zvonarev ;
Date 25 Aug 2017
AbstractWe examine stationary state properties of an impurity particle injected into a one-dimensional quantum gas. We show that the value of the impurity’s end velocity lies between zero and the speed of sound in the gas, and is determined by the injection protocol. This way, the impurity’s frictionless motion is a dynamically emergent phenomenon whose description goes beyond accounting for the kinematic constraints of Landau’s approach to superfluidity. We provide exact analytic results in the thermodynamic limit, and perform finite-size numerical simulations to demonstrate that the predicted phenomena are within the reach of the existing ultracold gases experiments.
Source arXiv, 1708.7665
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