Measuring the Hydrodynamic Linear Response of a Unitary Fermi Gas.

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Summary of "Measuring the Hydrodynamic Linear Response of a Unitary Fermi Gas."

We directly observe the hydrodynamic linear response of a unitary Fermi gas confined in a box potential and subject to a spatially periodic optical potential that is translated into the cloud at speeds ranging from subsonic to supersonic. We show that the time-dependent change of the density profile is sensitive to the thermal conductivity, which controls the relaxation rate of the temperature gradients and hence the responses arising from adiabatic and isothermal compression.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 160402


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