Quasipure Bose-Einstein condensate immersed in a Fermi sea.
- Published Article
Physical review letters
- Publication Date
Aug 20, 2001
We report the observation of coexisting Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) and Fermi gas in a magnetic trap. With a very small fraction of thermal atoms, the 7Li condensate is quasipure and in thermal contact with a 6Li Fermi gas. The lowest common temperature is 0.28 microK approximately 0.2(1)T(C) = 0.2(1)T(F) where T(C) is the BEC critical temperature and T(F) the Fermi temperature. The 7Li condensate has a one-dimensional character.
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