Three component fermion pairing in two dimensions
Theja N. De Silva
Arxiv ID: 0901.3770•Last updated: 9/8/2021
We study pairing of an interacting three component Fermi gas in two dimensions. By using a mean field theory to decouple the interactions between different pairs of Fermi components, we study the free energy landscapes as a function of various system parameters including chemical potentials, binding energies, and temperature. We find that the s-wave pairing channel is determined by both chemical potentials and the interaction strengths between the three available channels. We find a second order thermal phase transition and a series of first order quantum phase transitions for a homogenous system as we change the parameters. In particular, for symmetric parameters, we find the simultaneous existence of three superfluid orders as well as re-entrant quantum phase transitions as we tune the parameters.
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