Vitaly Efimov

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Vitaly Efimov
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Native name Вита́лий Ефи́мов
Born 1938 (age 75–76)
Leningrad
Nationality Russian
Institutions USSR Academy of Sciences
University of Washington
Alma mater Ioffe Institute
Thesis  (1966)
Doctoral advisor Miron Ya. Amusia
Lev A. Sliv[1]
Known for Efimov State

Vitaly N. Efimov (Russian: Вита́лий Ефи́мов) is a Russian theoretical physicist. He proposed the existence of a novel and exotic state of matter now dubbed the Efimov State as a researcher in A.F. Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, USSR Academy of Sciences, Leningrad, USSR in his 1970 paper "Energy levels arising from resonant two-body forces in a three-body system".[2] It was announced in 2006 that the existence of this state of matter had been confirmed.[3]

He is now an affiliate professor of physics at the University of Washington.

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  1. ^ "50 People Who Deserve a Nobel Prize". The Best Schools. Retrieved 28 May 2014. 
  2. ^ Efimov, V. (1970). "Energy levels arising from resonant two-body forces in a three-body system". Physics Letters B 33 (8): 563–564. Bibcode:1970PhLB...33..563E. doi:10.1016/0370-2693(70)90349-7.  edit
  3. ^ Kraemer, T.; Mark, M.; Waldburger, P.; Danzl, J. G.; Chin, C.; Engeser, B.; Lange, A. D.; Pilch, K.; Jaakkola, A.; Nägerl, H. -C.; Grimm, R. (2006). "Evidence for Efimov quantum states in an ultracold gas of caesium atoms". Nature 440 (7082): 315–8. arXiv:cond-mat/0512394. Bibcode:2006Natur.440..315K. doi:10.1038/nature04626. PMID 16541068.  edit

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