Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Volume 37
Academic Press, Dec 6, 1996 - Science - 388 pages
This text provides current information on advances in atomic, molecular and optical physics, including articles from experts in the field.
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Chapter 2 Optical Lattices
Chapter 3 Channeling Heavy Ions through Crystalline Lattices
Chapter 4 Evaporative Cooling of Trapped Atoms
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adiabatic angle angular approximation atom mirror atomic number axial axis Balykin blue-detuned Bose–Einstein condensation calculations cavity channeled Cirac coherent cooler corresponding cross sections crystal Datz detuning dielectric dipole direction discussed distribution effects elastic collision electron capture energy evanescent field evanescent wave evanescent-wave evaporative cooling excited experimental experiments fiber fluorescence Fock function gravitational H-like Hamiltonian harmonic oscillator He-like heavy ions highly charged hydrogen hyperfine interaction ionization Lamb shift laser beam laser cooling Lett magnetic trap measured MeV/u mirror mode momentum motion optical lattice parameter particle phase-space density photon Phys polarization population potential probe projectile propagating quantum Rabi frequency radiation Raman red-detuned regime relativistic resonance scheme shell shown in Fig sideband solid spectra spectroscopy spectrum spontaneous emission storage rings target technique temperature thermal tion total internal reflection trajectories transition transverse trapped atoms velocity wavefunction waveguide wavelength Wineland Zoller