Spin dynamics of cold exciton condensates.
Magnusson, E. B.
Shelykh, Ivan A.
Date of Issue2012
School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
We analyze theoretically the dynamics of degenerate four-component condensates of cold indirect excitons. We account for both linear spin-dependent terms arising from spin-orbit interaction of Rashba and Dresselhaus types and nonlinear terms coming from the exciton-exciton interactions. We show that both terms should affect the dynamics of cold exciton droplets in real space and time and lead to the formation of a four-leaf polarization pattern as well as dips in the bright exciton density profile.
Physical review B
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