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Collisions of cold magnesium atoms in a weak laser field
Mette Machholm ; Paul S. Julienne ; Kalle-Antti Suominen ;
Date 19 Feb 1999
Journal Phys. Rev. A 59, R4113-R4416 (1999)
Subject Atomic Physics | physics.atom-ph
AffiliationUniversity of Aarhus), Paul S. Julienne (NIST, Gaithersburg), and Kalle-Antti Suominen (Helsinki Institute of Physics
AbstractWe use quantum scattering methods to calculate the light-induced collisional loss of laser-cooled and trapped magnesium atoms for detunings up to 30 atomic linewidths to the red of the 1S_0-1P_1 cooling transition. Magnesium has no hyperfine structure to complicate the theoretical studies. We evaluate both the radiative and nonradiative mechanisms of trap loss. The radiative escape mechanism via allowed 1Sigma_u excitation is dominant for more than about one atomic linewidth detuning. Molecular vibrational structure due to photoassociative transitions to bound states begins to appear beyond about ten linewidths detuning.
Source arXiv, physics/9902053
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