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Threshold Resonance Spectroscopy: A Key to Cold Collision Physics

Published

Author(s)

Paul S. Julienne

Abstract

Threshold scattering resonances play a crucial role in cold collision physics and cold molecule formation from cold atoms. We describe several examples involving magnetic Feshbach spectroscopy of Cs atoms, photoassociation of Na atoms in a Bose-Einstein condensate, metastable alkaline earth atom collisions, and mixtures of K and Rb atoms.
Proceedings Title
Interactions of Cold Atoms and Molecules, Workshop | | | Daresbury Laboratory
Conference Dates
September 19-22, 2002
Conference Location
Durham, UK
Conference Title
Workshop on Interactions of Cold Atoms and Molecules

Keywords

cold atomic collisions, cold molecules, spectroscopy, thershold resonance scattering

Citation

Julienne, P. (2002), Threshold Resonance Spectroscopy: A Key to Cold Collision Physics, Interactions of Cold Atoms and Molecules, Workshop | | | Daresbury Laboratory, Durham, UK (Accessed March 4, 2024)
Created September 1, 2002, Updated August 10, 2018