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Nature Physics volume 9, pages 209210 (2013) | Download Citation

Recently developed experimental and theoretical tools uncover the complex and unexpected behaviour of impurities propagating through an ensemble of ultracold atoms.

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  1. Patrick Windpassinger is at the Institute for Laser Physics, University of Hamburg, Hamburg 22761, Germany

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