Vortex lattices in dipolar two-compenent Bose-Einstein condensates
Oktel, M. O.
Physical Review A
American Physical Society
025601-1 - 025601-5
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We consider a rapidly rotating two-component Bose-Einstein condensate with short-range s-wave interactions as well as dipolar coupling. We calculate the phase diagram of vortex lattice structures as a function of the intercomponent s-wave interaction and the strength of the dipolar interaction. We find that the long-range interactions cause new vortex lattice structures to be stable and lead to a richer phase diagram. Our results reduce to the previously found lattice structures for short-range interactions and single-component dipolar gases in the corresponding limits.
Long range interactions
Short range interactions
Vortex lattice structure
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.89.025601
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