Atoms in Electromagnetic Fields by Claude Cohen-Tannoudji

By Claude Cohen-Tannoudji

This important e-book offers papers written over the last forty years via Claude Cohen-Tannoudji and his collaborators on a number of actual results that are saw on atoms interacting with electromagnetic fields. It includes a private choice of overview papers, lectures given at faculties, in addition to unique experimental and theoretical papers. Emphasis is put on actual mechanisms and on common methods (such because the dressed atom procedure) having a variety of functions. a number of themes are mentioned, resembling atoms in severe laser fields, photon correlations, quantum jumps, radiative corrections, laser cooling and trapping, Bose-Einstein condensation. during this re-creation, approximately 200-page of latest fabric has been further.

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R. ,, . , .. , „ . _ . 6 Fig. 10. (c) Bt is on and the rf field is rotating (CT* polarized). The F= 2 resonance alone is observed, (d) Bt is on and the rf field

Electrodless discharge lamps. To obtain a nr light, the lamp is either placed in a magnetic field as described in Sec. IB2e, or filled with an isotope different from the one under study in the resonance cell. In order to get AE' maximum, the energy mismatch k - kF0 is not very large (a few Doppler widths). 13 c m ' ' ) , and 199Hg atoms with a 204Hg lamp in a 2300-G axial magnetic field (k- &1/2i 1/2 = 0. 16 cm" 1 )- The shifts on 87Rb are produced by the Z>2 line of a 85Rb lamp. As shown in Fig.

In the fictitious Stark Hamiltonian, terms modulated at frequency v appear. We proceed as follows (Fig. 20): 201Hg atoms are irradiated by Br and placed in a static field HQ perpendicular to Ef (i. , parallel to Bx). They are optically pumped by a light beam Bz, linearly polarized in a direction parallel or perpendicular to So (T or a polarization). This looks like an ordinary magnetic resonance experiment, with the only difference being that the rf is replaced by a rotating fictitious electric field.

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