Laser Spectroscopy of Ultracold Metastable Helium Atoms
A Bose-Einstein condensation experiment is used to create ultracold metastable helium (23S1) atoms which are probed by a 389nm laser connecting with the 33P state to study photoassociation in the short-lived molecular states thus created.
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|Source:||2006 Technical Digest. OSA Frontiers in Optics. Laser Science XXII. OF & T. OPE|
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