Decoherence Spectroscopy for Atom Interferometry
AbstractDecoherence due to photon scattering in an atom interferometer was studied as a function of laser frequency near an atomic resonance. The resulting decoherence (contrast-loss) spectra will be used to calibrate measurements of tune-out wavelengths that are made with the same apparatus. To support this goal, a theoretical model of decoherence spectroscopy is presented here along with experimental tests of this model. View Full-Text
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Trubko, R.; Cronin, A.D. Decoherence Spectroscopy for Atom Interferometry. Atoms 2016, 4, 25.
Trubko R, Cronin AD. Decoherence Spectroscopy for Atom Interferometry. Atoms. 2016; 4(3):25.Chicago/Turabian Style
Trubko, Raisa; Cronin, Alexander D. 2016. "Decoherence Spectroscopy for Atom Interferometry." Atoms 4, no. 3: 25.
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