Rapid real time detection of cold atoms with minimal destruction
A minimally destructive detector which was used for the interferometric measurements of the column density of cold atoms with a passively stabilized separated beam path interferometer was discussed. It was observed that the detection method was based on a fast photodetector and allowed for the real-time measurements with high temporal resolution. The interferometer used in the detection measurements was based on photodiodes and suitable for the measurement of fast dynamics in Bose-Einstein...[Show more]
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