Authorvan Kolck, U.
AffiliationDepartment of Physics, University of Arizona
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CitationUnitarity and Discrete Scale Invariance 2017, 58 (3) Few-Body Systems
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AbstractWhile the complexity of some many-body systems may stem from a profusion of distinct scales, as we approach two-body unitarity (through experimental control or as a theoretical limit) rich structures exist even though there is no more than one essential scale. I comment, from the point of view of effective field theory, on some current problems in the transition from few to many bodies in bosonic and multi-state fermion systems, where order emerges from the discrete scale invariance associated with a single, contact three-body force.
Note12 month embargo; First Online: 16 March 2017
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SponsorsNational Science Foundation [NSF PHY-1125915]; US Department of Energy, Office of Science, Office of Nuclear Physics [DE-FG02-04ER41338]; European Union Research and Innovation program Horizon