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Two-dimensional spin-orbit coupling for Bose-Einstein condensates realized

(Chinese Academy of Sciences Headquarters) A joint team of the University of Science and Technology of China and the Peking University made breakthrough in quantum simulation of ultracold atoms. The joint team pioneered the proposal and realization of two-dimensional spin-orbit coupling for ultracold quantum gases. This will inspire of the researches of exotic topological quantum states and therefore implement significant influence to the way how we understand of our world.
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