Repopulation of Equidistant Levels by Two Coherent Resonant Phase-Shifted Electromagnetic Fields

Zaretskiı, D. F.; Sazonov, S. B.
August 2000
JETP Letters;8/25/2000, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p171
Academic Journal
A new method of atomic and nuclear orientation and polarization is suggested. The method is based on the use of two coherent resonant phase-shifted monochromatic electromagnetic waves. It is demonstrated that a profound phase-shift-dependent level repopulation can be accomplished in a pulsed mode at room temperature. The possible application of this effect to quantum computers is briefly discussed.


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