microwave spectroscopy


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n microwave spectroscopy the use of spectroscopy to study atomic or molecular resonances in the microwave spectrum
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The low initial atom number and measured lattice depth results in no more than one atom per lattice site, as confirmed by microwave spectroscopy .
Randomized benchmarking of atomic qubits in an optical lattice
Microwave spectroscopy on our system, a resonator coupling two large Josephson junctions, produced complex energy spectra well explained by quantum theory over a large frequency range.
Spectroscopy of Three-Particle Entanglement in a Macroscopic Superconducting Circuit
Electromagnetic transitions have been measured in PS with microwave spectroscopy such as the ground state hyperfine splitting an d the fine structure transitions in the first excited state of the triplet system.
Low Energy Antiproton Experiments -- A Review
Electromagnetic transitions in excited states, particularly the n=2 fine structure and Lamb shift splittings could be induced by microwave spectroscopy.
Low Energy Antiproton Experiments -- A Review
The rf-renormalization of gJ described in was first probed using microwave spectroscopy and through the modification of spin-exchange collisions between Rb and Cs atoms .
Radio-frequency induced ground state degeneracy in a Chromium Bose-Einstein condensate
Below I discuss the most used techniques of microwave measurements, THz spectroscopies, optical reflectivity, and ellipsometry that are used to span almost six orders of magnitude in measurement frequency.
Electrodynamics of correlated electron systems
In contrast , the Corbino geometry is a measurement configuration that is capable of broadband microwave spectroscopy.
Electrodynamics of correlated electron systems
The first experimental study to investigate frequency dependent scaling near a QPT was that of Engel et al. (112), who used a waveguide coplanar transmission setup to perform broadband microwave spectroscopy on quantum Hall systems.
Electrodynamics of correlated electron systems
Hardy, “Bolometric technique for high-resolution broadband microwave spectroscopy of ultra-low-loss samples”, Rev.
Electrodynamics of correlated electron systems
Josephson spectroscopy of the cavity is shown in Fig. 3(c) where the Josephson critical current is measured as a function of the microwave frequency.
Cavity sideband cooling of the Josephson phase
It comprises a series of highly excited states that have lifetimes in the micro-second range making it accessible to laser and microwave spectroscopy .
Mini-Proceedings ECT*: Speakable in quantum mechanics: atomic, nuclear and subnuclear physics tests
In the weak-probe regime, the microwave field causes an Autler-Townes splitting of the EIT resonance, making it possible to perform microwave spectroscopy of the Rydberg state energies using a non-destructive optical probe.
Non-linear optics using cold Rydberg atoms
We show here that data from experiments normally not associated with CPT or Lorentz tests, including muonium microwave spectroscopy and g − 2 experiments on µ+ alone , can indeed provide Planck-scale sensitivity to CPT and Lorentz violation.
CPT and Lorentz tests with muons
TABLE I: Penetration depth measurements by different methods and groups (MW=microwave, µSR=muon spin relaxation, RF=radio frequency, FIR=far infrared optical spectroscopy).
Multiband model for penetration depth in MgB2