Optical Lattices Structures, Atoms and Solitons
An optical lattice is formed by the interference of counter-propagating laser beams, creating a spatially periodic polarization pattern. The resulting periodic potential may trap neutral atoms via the Stark shift. Atoms are cooled and congregate in More...
Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
An optical lattice is formed by the interference of counter-propagating laser beams, creating a spatially periodic polarization pattern. The resulting periodic potential may trap neutral atoms via the Stark shift. Atoms are cooled and congregate in the locations of potential minima. The resulting arrangement of trapped atoms resembles a crystal lattice. This book presents current research from across the globe in the study of optical lattices, including optical lattices prepared by laser treatment on polymers, peculiarities of magnetooptical properties in crystals with mixed valence centers; the interplay of optical lattices with localized nonlinearity and matter wave dark solitons in optical superlattices..
|Optical Lattices Prepared by Laser Treatment on Polymers|
|Photoluminescence of ZnO Thin Films & Nano Powders Doped with Mono, Di & Trivalent Cations|
|Giant Spatial Dispersion in the Region of Plasmon-Phonon Interaction in One-Dimensional-Incommensurate Crystal: The Higher Silicide of Manganese (HSM) Peculiarities of Magnetooptical Properties in Crystals with Mixed Valence Centers|
|The Interplay of Optical Lattices with Localized Nonlinearity: One-Dimensional Solitons|
|A New Multilayer Structure Based Refractometric Optical Sensing Element|
|Matter Wave Dark Solitons in Optical Superlattices|
|Optical Superlattices: Where Photons Behave Like Electrons|