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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