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000226541 245__ $$aSuperfluidity with disorder in a thin film of quantum gas
000226541 269__ $$a2013
000226541 260__ $$bAmerican Physical Society$$c2013
000226541 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000226541 520__ $$aWe investigate the properties of a strongly interacting superfluid gas of 6Li2 Feshbach molecules forming a thin film confined in a quasi-two-dimensional channel with a tunable random potential, creating a microscopic disorder. We measure the atomic current, extract the resistance of the film in a two-terminal configuration, and identify a superfluid state at low disorder strength, which evolves into a normal poorly conducting state for strong disorder. The transition takes place when the chemical potential reaches the percolation threshold of the disorder. The evolution of the conduction properties contrasts with the smooth behavior of the density and compressibility across the transition, measured in situ at equilibrium. These features suggest the emergence of a glasslike phase at strong disorder.
000226541 700__ $$aKrinner, Sebastian
000226541 700__ $$aStadler, David
000226541 700__ $$aMeineke, Jakob
000226541 700__ $$0241940$$aBrantut, Jean-Philippe$$g166542
000226541 700__ $$aEsslinger, Tilman
000226541 773__ $$j110$$k10$$q601$$tPHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
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