Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas

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Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas. / Mudrich, M; Zahzam, N.; Vogt, Thomas; Comparat, Daniel; Pillet, Pierre.

I: Physical Review Letters, Bind 95, Nr. 23, 233002, 02.12.2005.

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Mudrich, M, Zahzam, N, Vogt, T, Comparat, D & Pillet, P 2005, 'Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas', Physical Review Letters, bind 95, nr. 23, 233002. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.233002

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Mudrich, M., Zahzam, N., Vogt, T., Comparat, D., & Pillet, P. (2005). Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas. Physical Review Letters, 95(23), [233002]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.233002

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Mudrich M, Zahzam N, Vogt T, Comparat D, Pillet P. 2005. Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas. Physical Review Letters. 95(23):Article 233002. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.233002

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Mudrich M, Zahzam N, Vogt T, Comparat D, Pillet P. Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas. Physical Review Letters. 2005 dec 2;95(23). 233002. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.233002

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Mudrich, M ; Zahzam, N. ; Vogt, Thomas ; Comparat, Daniel ; Pillet, Pierre. / Back and forth transfer and coherent coupling in a cold Rydberg dipole gas. I: Physical Review Letters. 2005 ; Bind 95, Nr. 23.

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N2 - Coupling by the resonant dipole-dipole energy transfer between cold cesium Rydberg atoms is investigated using time-resolved narrow-band deexcitation spectroscopy. This technique combines the advantage of efficient Rydberg excitation with high-resolution spectroscopy at variable interaction times. Dipole-dipole interaction is observed spectroscopically as avoided level crossing. The coherent character of the process is linked to back and forth transfer in the np+np ns+(n+1)s reaction. Decoherence in the ensemble has two different origins: the atom motion induced by dipole-dipole interaction and the migration of the s-Rydberg excitation in the environment of p-Rydberg atoms.

AB - Coupling by the resonant dipole-dipole energy transfer between cold cesium Rydberg atoms is investigated using time-resolved narrow-band deexcitation spectroscopy. This technique combines the advantage of efficient Rydberg excitation with high-resolution spectroscopy at variable interaction times. Dipole-dipole interaction is observed spectroscopically as avoided level crossing. The coherent character of the process is linked to back and forth transfer in the np+np ns+(n+1)s reaction. Decoherence in the ensemble has two different origins: the atom motion induced by dipole-dipole interaction and the migration of the s-Rydberg excitation in the environment of p-Rydberg atoms.

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