Absolute absorption and dispersion of a rubidium vapour in the hyperfine Paschen–Back regime

@inproceedings{Weller2012AbsoluteAA,
  title={Absolute absorption and dispersion of a rubidium vapour in the hyperfine Paschen–Back regime},
  author={Lee Weller and Kathrin S. Kleinbach and Mark A. Zentile and Svenja Knappe and Charles S. Adams and Ifan G. Hughes},
  year={2012}
}
  • Lee Weller, Kathrin S. Kleinbach, +3 authors Ifan G. Hughes
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Here we report on measurements of the absolute absorption and dispersion properties of an isotopically pure 87Rb vapour for magnetic fields up to and including 0.6 T. We discuss the various regimes that arise when the hyperfine and Zeeman interactions have different magnitudes, and show that we enter the hyperfine Paschen–Back regime for fields greater than 0.33 T on the Rb D2 line. The experiment uses a compact 1 mm3 microfabricated vapour cell that makes it easy to maintain a uniform and… CONTINUE READING

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