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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2000, Volume 30, Number 11, Pages 1027–1030 (Mi qe1857)  

Laser applications and other topics in quantum electronics

On the feasibility of raising the density and the extension of atomic ensembles in laser cooling

L. A. Rivlin, S. D. Yakubovich

Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering, Electronics and Automation

Abstract: The ways of raising the limiting density of cooled atoms and the extension of the volume occupied by them are considered. These include raising the laser beam intensity above the saturation intensity of the working transition, the use of a noncollinear geometry of the laser beam and the atomic medium, and coherent cooling by sequences of counterpropagating π-pulses.

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Quantum Electronics, 2000, 30:11, 1027–1030

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PACS: 32.80.Pj
Received: 29.02.2000

Citation: L. A. Rivlin, S. D. Yakubovich, “On the feasibility of raising the density and the extension of atomic ensembles in laser cooling”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 30:11 (2000), 1027–1030 [Quantum Electron., 30:11 (2000), 1027–1030]

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