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Journal of Low Temperature Physics

, Volume 194, Issue 3–4, pp 209–223 | Cite as

Binary Mixture of Quasi-One-Dimensional Dipolar Bose–Einstein Condensates with Tilted Dipoles

  • Ahmed HocineEmail author
  • Mohamed Benarous
Article

Abstract

We consider a \(^{168}\)Er–\(^{164}\)Dy dipolar mixture, trapped by a cigar-shaped harmonic potential. We derive the quasi-1D interspecies effective potential exhibiting the tilting angles and show that it is a quite natural generalization of a single dipolar gas. By solving the coupled Gross–Pitaevskii equations, we observe a transition from miscible to immiscible mixture as the orientations of the magnetic moments are varied. The atom numbers are also shown to lead to noticeable effects on the characteristics of this transition.

Keywords

Bose–Einstein condensates Dipolar gases Tilted dipole Binary mixture 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratory for Theoretical Physics and Material Physics, Faculty of Exact Sciences and InformaticsHassiba Benbouali University of ChlefChlefAlgeria

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