By Benjamin Bederson
Validated in 1965, Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics keeps its culture of excellence with quantity 34. the newest quantity comprises 9 studies of issues concerning the purposes of atomic and molecular physics to atmospheric physics and astrophysics.
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B. Polarization-Based Tests . . . . . . . C. Nonpolarization Tests . . . . . . . . D . Loopholes and Loophole-Free Tests . . . . . VI. Related Issues . . . . . . . . . . A . Information Content of a Quantum . . . . . B. Cryptography . . . . . . . . . . C . Nonlocality without Inequalities . . . . . . VII. The Reality of the Wave Function . . . . . . A . Test of the de Broglie Guided-Wave Theory . . . B. Bohm’s Deterministic Model of Quantum Mechanics .
The first interaction 1 excites the initial state 1g,O) into a superposition of Ig,O) and le,l). A further three interaction regions lead to a sequence of splittings. There are two possibilities for an incoming ground state to be split and recombined at the fourth interaction. These paths, shown by thin and thick lines, correspond to the high- and low-frequency recoil components, respectively. where o0is the transition frequency of the atom. P -m - A - ore, where mrec = hk2/2m is known as the recoil frequency.
PROPERTIES Atom interferometry allows precise measurement of the properties of atoms themselves. , 1993) or as a test of charge neutrality. Atom interferometry based on optical Ramsey excitation allows precise measurement of A/m,,, as demonstrated by Weiss et al. (1993a). In collision experiments, interferometry provides additional phase information about the scattering process. An atomic clock based on an atomic fountain has been used to determine the scattering cross section of ultracold atoms (Gibble and Chu, 1993).
Advances In Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Vol. 34 by Benjamin Bederson