TY - JOUR

T1 - Few-body bound states of two-dimensional bosons

AU - Guijarro, G.

AU - Astrakharchik, G. E.

AU - Boronat, J.

AU - Bazak, B.

AU - Petrov, D. S.

N1 - Publisher Copyright:
© 2020 American Physical Society.

PY - 2020/4

Y1 - 2020/4

N2 - We study clusters of the type ANBM with N≤M≤3 in a two-dimensional mixture of A and B bosons, with attractive AB and equally repulsive AA and BB interactions. In order to check universal aspects of the problem, we choose two very different models: dipolar bosons in a bilayer geometry and particles interacting via separable Gaussian potentials. We find that all the considered clusters are bound and that their energies are universal functions of the scattering lengths aAB and aAA=aBB, for sufficiently large attraction-to-repulsion ratios aAB/aBB. When aAB/aBB decreases below ≈10, the dimer-dimer interaction changes from attractive to repulsive and the population-balanced AABB and AAABBB clusters break into AB dimers. Calculating the AAABBB hexamer energy just below this threshold, we find an effective three-dimer repulsion which may have important implications for the many-body problem, particularly for observing liquid and supersolid states of dipolar dimers in the bilayer geometry. The population-imbalanced ABB trimer, ABBB tetramer, and AABBB pentamer remain bound beyond the dimer-dimer threshold. In the dipolar model, they break up at aAB≈2aBB, where the atom-dimer interaction switches to repulsion.

AB - We study clusters of the type ANBM with N≤M≤3 in a two-dimensional mixture of A and B bosons, with attractive AB and equally repulsive AA and BB interactions. In order to check universal aspects of the problem, we choose two very different models: dipolar bosons in a bilayer geometry and particles interacting via separable Gaussian potentials. We find that all the considered clusters are bound and that their energies are universal functions of the scattering lengths aAB and aAA=aBB, for sufficiently large attraction-to-repulsion ratios aAB/aBB. When aAB/aBB decreases below ≈10, the dimer-dimer interaction changes from attractive to repulsive and the population-balanced AABB and AAABBB clusters break into AB dimers. Calculating the AAABBB hexamer energy just below this threshold, we find an effective three-dimer repulsion which may have important implications for the many-body problem, particularly for observing liquid and supersolid states of dipolar dimers in the bilayer geometry. The population-imbalanced ABB trimer, ABBB tetramer, and AABBB pentamer remain bound beyond the dimer-dimer threshold. In the dipolar model, they break up at aAB≈2aBB, where the atom-dimer interaction switches to repulsion.

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U2 - 10.1103/PhysRevA.101.041602

DO - 10.1103/PhysRevA.101.041602

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AN - SCOPUS:85084931374

SN - 2469-9926

VL - 101

JO - Physical Review A

JF - Physical Review A

IS - 4

M1 - 041602

ER -