Interferometry and precision measurements with Bose-condensed atoms
Bose-Einstein condensates are coherent matter waves, produced by cooling gaseous atomic clouds to ultra-low temperatures. For applications in atom interferometry and precision measurements, Bose-condensed sources present an intriguing alternative to thermal atoms. Although the current sensitivity achievable with interferometers using coherent atoms is not comparable to thermal beam machines (mainly due to the lower flux), there are promising ways to utilise the potential of Bose-condensed...[Show more]
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