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Spatial order in interference of a chain of Bose condensates with random phases
V. B. Makhalov, A. V. Turlapov
Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhnii Novgorod
We have observed the interference of a long chain of Bose condensates prepared at the initial time moment in antinodes of a standing electromagnetic wave. The initial distribution of the condensate density in the system under consideration is periodic while the condensate phases can be different. Then the standing wave is quickly turned off, and the condensates start to expand and interfere. A spatial order of the interference fringes is observed with a period being substantially different from the period arising in the case of the Talbot effect.
laser cooling, low temperatures, Bose–Einstein condensation, interference of matter waves, Talbot effect.
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Quantum Electronics, 2017, 47:9, 803–805
V. B. Makhalov, A. V. Turlapov, “Spatial order in interference of a chain of Bose condensates with random phases”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 47:9 (2017), 803–805 [Quantum Electron., 47:9 (2017), 803–805]
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