A Single Trapped Rydberg Ion

@article{Higgins2019AST,
  title={A Single Trapped Rydberg Ion},
  author={Gerard Higgins},
  journal={Springer Theses},
  year={2019}
}
Systems of trapped ions and systems of ultracold Rydberg atoms are used at the forefront of quantum physics research and they make strong contenders as platforms for quantum technologies. Trapped R ... 
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