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Friday 21 October 2022

Loschmidt echoes evidence of the emergence of irreversibility for quantum many-body dynamics in the thermodynamic limit


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[0] - Will the Universe Remember Us after We´re Gone?, John Horgan, Scientific American (2021).

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[7] - Emergent decoherence induced by quantum chaos in a many-body system: A Loschmidt echo observation through NMR, CM Sánchez, AK Chattah, and HM Pastawski. Phys.Rev.A, 105, 052232 (2022), J. Magn. Res. (submitted).