Polarized atoms in a far-off-resonance yttrium-aluminum-garnet-laser optical dipole trap

Author(s): F. Fang, H. Wang, D. Feldbaum, D. J. Vieira, and X. Zhao
Optical trapping of radioactive atoms has a great potential in precision measurements for testing fundamental physics such as electric-dipole moment, atomic parity nonconservation, and parity-violating β -decay correlation coefficients. One challenge that remains is to polarize the atoms to a high ...
[Phys. Rev. A 79, 043406] Published Tue Apr 07, 2009

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