3 years ago

Polaron in the dilute critical Bose condensate.

Volodymyr Pastukhov

The properties of impurity immersed in the dilute $D$-dimensional Bose gas at temperatures close to the second-order phase transition point are considered. Particularly by means of the $1/N$-expansion we calculated the leading-order polaron energy and the damping rate in the limit of vanishing boson-boson interaction. It is show that the perturbative effective mass and the quasiparticle residue diverge logarithmically in the long-length limit signalling the non-analytic behavior of impurity spectrum and a non-pole structure of a polaron Green's function in the infrared region, respectively.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.00712

DOI: arXiv:1711.00712v1

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