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211. Influence of Coadsorbed Potassium on the Electron-Stimulated Desorption of F^u+^, F^u^-, and F^u^* From PF^d^3 on Ru(0001),
Published: 1/1/1992
Authors: S A Joyce, Charles W Clark, V Chakarian, D K Shuh, J A Yarmoff, T. E Madey, Nordlander p, B Maschoff, H -S Tao

212. R-matrix Theory of Two-photon Absorption: Application to Beryllium and Carbon,
Published: 1/1/1992
Authors: M T Smith, K T Taylor, Charles W Clark

213. 3p-Photoabsorption of Free and Bound Cr, Cr^u+^, Mn and Mn^u+^
Published: 1/1/1991
Authors: J T Costello, E T Kennedy, B F Sonntag, Charles W Clark

214. Convergence of Rayleigh-Schr{omlat}dinger Perturbation Theory in Calculations of Multiphoton Processes,
Published: 1/1/1991
Authors: L Pan, K Taylor, Charles W Clark

215. Environmentally "controlled collapse" of the 4f orbital in Cs,
Published: 1/1/1991
Authors: M G Ramsey, F P Netzer, Charles W Clark, J A Matthew

216. Making Zone Plates with a Laser Printer
Published: 1/1/1991
Authors: Charles W Clark, Y N Demkov

217. Perturbative Calculation of the AC Stark Effect by the Complex Coordinate Method,
Published: 1/1/1991
Authors: L Pan, K Taylor, Charles W Clark

218. A High-Bandwidth, Individually Addressable Two-Dimensional Coherent Optical Information Register Using Neutral Atoms
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Lu Deng, M Payne, Edward Walter Hagley, Charles W Clark
Abstract: We propose a high-capacity, high-bandwidth, and individually addressable two-dimensional coherent optical information register. The device is based on the principles of a surface magneto-optical trap using an atom chip, micro-dipole traps using a mi ...

219. Blackbody Radiation Shift in a ^u43^Ca^u+^ Ion Optical Frequency Standard
Published: Date unknown
Authors: B Arora, M S Safronova, Charles W Clark
Abstract: Motivated by the prospect of an optical frequency standard based on 43Ca+, we calculate the blackbody radiation (BBR) shift of the 4s1/2 - 3d5/2 clock transition, which is a major component of the uncertainty budget. The calculations are based on the ...

220. Lifshitz-Like Transition and Enhancement of Correlations in a Rotating Bosonic Ring Lattice
Published: Date unknown
Authors: A M. Rey, Karen G. Burnett, Indubala Indradev Satija, Charles W Clark
Abstract: We study the effects of rotation on one-dimensional ultra-cold bosons confined to a ring lattice. For commensurate systems, at a critical value of the rotation frequency, an infinitesimal interatomic interaction energy opens a gap in the excitation ...

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