09134nas a2200205 4500008004100000245007700041210006900118260001500187300001000202490000600212520852300218100001708741700002208758700001908780700002308799700001808822700001908840700002208859856004708881 2016 eng d00aMultiple scattering dynamics of fermions at an isolated p-wave resonance0 aMultiple scattering dynamics of fermions at an isolated pwave re c2016/07/11 a120690 v73 aThe wavefunction for indistinguishable fermions is anti-symmetric under particle exchange, which directly leads to the Pauli exclusion principle, and hence underlies the structure of atoms and the properties of almost all materials. In the dynamics of collisions between two indistinguishable fermions this requirement strictly prohibits scattering into 90 degree angles. Here we experimentally investigate the collisions of ultracold clouds fermionic 40K atoms by directly measuring scattering distributions. With increasing collision energy we identify the Wigner threshold for p-wave scattering with its tell-tale dumb-bell shape and no 90∘ yield. Above this threshold effects of multiple scattering become manifest as deviations from the underlying binary p-wave shape, adding particles either isotropically or axially. A shape resonance for 40K facilitates the separate observation of these two processes. The isotropically enhanced multiple scattering mode is a generic p-wave threshold phenomenon, while the axially enhanced mode should occur in any colliding particle system with an elastic scattering resonance.

1 aThomas, Ryan1 aRoberts, Kris, O.1 aTiesinga, Eite1 aWade, Andrew, C.J.1 aBlakie, Blair1 aDeb, Amita, B.1 aKjærgaard, Niels uhttp://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms1206901431nas a2200169 4500008004100000245007100041210006900112260001400181490000700195520091200202100002001114700001801134700001901152700002301171700002301194856004401217 2005 eng d00aBragg Spectroscopy of ultracold atoms loaded in an optical lattice0 aBragg Spectroscopy of ultracold atoms loaded in an optical latti c2005/8/120 v723 a We study Bragg spectroscopy of ultra-cold atoms in one-dimensional optical
lattices as a method for probing the excitation spectrum in the Mott insulator
phase, in particular the one particle-hole excitation band. Within the
framework of perturbation theory we obtain an analytical expression for the
dynamic structure factor $S(q,\omega)$ and use it to calculate the imparted
energy which has shown to be a relevant observable in recent experiments. We
test the accuracy of our approximations by comparing them with numerically
exact solutions of the Bose-Hubbard model in restricted cases and establish the
limits of validity of our linear response analysis. Finally we show that when
the system is deep in the Mott insulator regime, its response to the Bragg
perturbation is temperature dependent. We suggest that this dependence might be
used as a tool to probe temperatures of order of the Mott gap.
1 aRey, Ana, Maria1 aBlakie, Blair1 aPupillo, Guido1 aWilliams, Carl, J.1 aClark, Charles, W. uhttp://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0406552v2