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Laser-cooled and trapped atoms

Workshop on Spectroscopic Applications of Slow Atomic Beams (1983 National Bureau of Standards)

Laser-cooled and trapped atoms

proceedings of the Workshop on Spectroscopic Applications of Slow Atomic Beams, NBS Gaithersburg, MD, 14-15 April 1983

by Workshop on Spectroscopic Applications of Slow Atomic Beams (1983 National Bureau of Standards)

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Published by National Bureau of standards in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementWilliam D. Phillips, editor.
SeriesNBS special publication -- 653
ContributionsPhillips, William D.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18831980M

trap containing a few Ba +atoms [27,28] (or with the combination Li/Ca [29]). When atomic ions like Rb +or Na cannot be laser-cooled, they can be sympathetically cooled by another species in the Paul trap in the presence of trapped Rb atoms [30,28] or Na atoms [31], or they can be created in situ inside the Paul trap by photoionization ofCited by:   Laser-cooled atoms flight demonstration by ColdQuanta Inc. About 10 million atoms. Atom temperature about K (less than one-one-thousandth of a degree Kelvin of absolute zero). First in.

Cesium atoms in a vapor cell have been trapped and cooled by using light from laser diodes. The 6S F = 4, m = 0 → 6S F = 3, m = 0 hyperfine clock transition was excited as these atoms then fell cm in darkness. We observed a linewidth of 8 Hz with good signal-to-noise ratio. This gave a short-term fractional frequency resolution of × 10^{}/√sec, and there is potential for. Production of cold electrons from laser cooled & trapped atoms. Metastable target deflection studies of atoms & Molecules by electron impact. New results for (e,2e) studies from noble gas targets in the perpendicular plane. New results from ionization of water. List of papers, book articles & reviews from Professor Murray.

  Element: Ytterbium (Yb) Atomic Number: 70 Mass: Seven “stable” isotopes, from to amu. Two of those are nominally radioactive, with half-lives vastly in excess of the age of the universe. Laser cooling wavelength: nm and nm. Doppler cooling limit: μK in the UV and μK in the green. Chemical classification: A rare earth/ lanthanide, one of the .   Element: Francium (Fr) Atomic Number: 87 Mass: Numerous isotopes ranging in mass from amu to amu, none of them stable. The only ones laser cooled are the five between amu and amu, plus the one at amu. Laser cooling wavelength: nm Doppler cooling limit: μK. Chemical classification: Alkali metal, column I in the periodic .


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Excerpt from Laser-Cooled and Trapped Atoms: Proceedings of the Workshop on Spectroscopic Applications of Slow Atomic Beans, Nbs Gaithersburg, MD, April In the light of all these developments, Bob Junker of the Office of Naval Research suggested that the time was ripe for an assessment of where the field of slow neutral atoms stood Author: William D.

Phillips. Laser-CooledandTrappedAtoms ProceedingsoftheWorkshoponSpectroscopic ApplicationsofSlowAtomicBeams NBSGaithersburg,MD,April ps,Editor. Get this from a library. Laser-cooled and trapped atoms: proceedings of the Workshop on Spectroscopic Applications of Slow Atomic Beams, NBS, Gaithersburg, MD, April [William D Phillips; United States.

Office of Naval Research.; United States. National Bureau of. The result is that the remaining atoms contain lower kinetic energies and, thus, a lower temperature.

Cooling by evaporation has the dual effect of increasing the density of the trapped atoms and lowering the temperature, both crucial in the production of BECs. The formation of a BEC is illustrated in figure @article{osti_, title = {Laser cooling and trapping of atoms}, author = {Bjorkholm, J.E.

and Chu, S. and Ashkin, A. and Cable, A.}, abstractNote = {We recently demonstrated the first optical trapping of atoms. An important prelude to that work was our earlier demonstration of ''optical molasses,'' a technique for creating a long-lived collection of ultra-cold atoms. Laser-cooled and Trapped Atoms by N.A Book Resume: Download or read Laser-cooled and Trapped Atoms book by clicking button below to visit the book download website.

There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc). The laser cooled atoms are magnetically transferred to an atom chip where the atoms are cooled to degeneracy by forced RF evaporation in a tight magnetic trap (xx kHz).

laser, it appeared possible to cause the atoms to emit light at a slightly higher frequency (energy) than they absorbed, carrying away the thermal energy of the atom. This frequency difference derived from the Doppler shift due to the motion of the atoms.

Doppler cooling was first demonstrated [6] with trapped ions in (at NBS by the. History: Helium was laser cooled and trapped for the first time inpart of a sort of second wave of laser cooled systems after a.

Recently, several groups, have used photoassociation of ultracold atoms to study transitions from free atoms to bound molecules. Photoassociative spectroscopy involves illuminating a collection of laser cooled and trapped atoms with a tunable probe by: 5. A.P.

Mills Jr., in Methods in Experimental Physics, Cryogenic Positronium. Laser cooling techniques [, ] could be applied to Ps [, ] for reducing the transit time broadening in a CW laser measurement of the 1S–2S interval [], for examining the quantum reflection of atoms with huge deBroglie wavelengths, and for more speculative possibilities.

Laser cooling and trapping of neutral atoms* William D. Phillips National Institute of Standards and Technology, Physics Laboratory, Atomic Physics Division, Gaithersburg, Maryland [S(98)] INTRODUCTION Inwhile I was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT, I read a paper by Art Ashkin () in which he de-Cited by:   In the s and 80s, researchers developed techniques for cooling atoms to very low temperatures using laser light.

The work led to improvements in atomic clocks and the observation of a new ultracold state of matter. We report on the development of a novel precision target for atomic physics with heavy ion beams, which consists of extremely cold and well localized, laser-cooled lithium atoms in a magneto-optical trap.

First experiments are in preparation to study the collisional losses from the trap caused by the ion by: 4. Low-Energy Ions from Laser-Cooled Atoms. Article laser-trapped atoms [22,24,57]. Furthermore, thanks to the.

distinctive feature of our setup consisting in the ionization. cally simplifies the production of laser-cooled atoms. In this experiment, x10'neutral cesium atoms were optically captured directly from a low-pressure vapor in a small glass cell.

We then cooled the & 1-mm' cloud of trapped atoms and loaded it into a. So, if we plug in T = 15 billion years, and n0 = x 10^23 (1 mole of atoms, about grams), and t = 0 to find the rate of decay now, we find that we'll have x 10^13 atoms of ytterbium.

Laser cooling includes a number of techniques in which atomic and molecular samples are cooled down to near absolute cooling techniques rely on the fact that when an object (usually an atom) absorbs and re-emits a photon (a particle of light) its momentum changes.

For an ensemble of particles, their thermodynamic temperature is proportional to the variance in their. Extremely cold atoms will realize QIP when laser-cooled atoms are properly handled. Manipulating atoms on a chip may further open new possibilities of micro processing that shall also be classified as new QIP using atoms.

Past works by others trapped and manipulated neutral atoms with spins by applying magnetic fields on magnetic atom chips.Author: Keisuke Nagato, Takeshi Ooi, Tetsuo Kishimoto, Hidekazu Hachisu, Hidetoshi Katori, Hidetoshi Katori.

Cooling and Trapping Atoms Atoms are slowed and cooled by radiation pressure from laser light and then trapped in a bottle whose "walls" are magnetic fields. Cooled atoms are ideal for exploring basic questions of physics by William D.

Phillips and Harold J. Metcalf A highly fruitful area of scientific.n. research has traditionally been. We describe the realization of a dark spontaneous-force trap of rubidium atoms.

The atoms are loaded from a beam provided by a two-dimensional magneto-optical trap yielding a capture efficiency of 75%. The dense and cold atomic sample is characterized by saturated absorption imaging.

Up to $$10^9$$ atoms are captured with a loading rate of $$3\times Author: Bastian Höltkemeier, Julian Glässel, Henry López-Carrera, Matthias Weidemüller, Matthias Weidemüller.a reprint from Optics Letters Optical probing of cold trapped atoms R.

W. Fox, S. L. Gilbert, L. Hollberg, and J. H. Marquardt National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, Colorado H. G. Robinson Department of Physics, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Received April 6, Transitions between excited states of laser-cooled and laser .Publications - Assembly of ultracold molecules from laser-cooled atoms Production of RbCs Molecules in the Rovibronic Ground State via Short-Range Photoassociation to the 2 1 Π 1, 2 3 Π 1, and 3 3 Σ 1 + States.