New PDF release: Cracking the AP Physics B Exam (2012 Edition)

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ISBN-10: 0375427317

ISBN-13: 9780375427312

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   • Step-by-step techniques for cracking even the hardest problems
   • Detailed causes for the free-response component to the exam
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The closed channel potential is assumed to support a bound molecular state near the threshold of the open channel potential. 4 Now, a Feshbach resonance occurs when one of the bound states in the closed channel becomes near degenerate with the scattering state in the open channel. Even a weak coupling g is sufficient to cause strong mixing of the two channels when these energies nearly coincide, and this causes a drastic change in the scattering properties. 3) k the incident energy. 4) by identifying the s-wave scattering length as D 2 g 2 =4 „2 and the effective range rB D „4 = 2 g 2 , both of which are experimentally measurable.

Adiabatic continuity clearly fails if the system changes its symmetry, as it does near a point of non-analyticity known as a quantum phase transition (QPT) [4]. We define the class of systems which cannot be adiabatically connected to the non-interacting counterparts of their microscopic degrees of freedom as being strongly correlated. The degrees of freedom which are relevant to the low-energy theory of a strongly correlated system may be difficult to identify, as we have no reference noninteracting state to which they may be related.

The advantage of direct means such as buffer gas cooling or deceleration is that they are applicable to a wide array of species. However, direct methods to date have only produced molecules in the cold regime of temperatures T 10 mK–1 K which does not allow access to the fully quantum degenerate regime. The most successful methods for producing ultracold, high-density samples of molecules have been indirect methods which form molecules from atoms which have themselves been cooled to ultracold temperatures.

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