An optical lattice clock with accuracy and stability at the 10−18 level

  title={An optical lattice clock with accuracy and stability at the 10−18 level},
  author={B J Bloom and Travis L Nicholson and J. A. Williams and S L Campbell and M. Bishof and Xian Zhang and Wenzhu Zhang and Sarah L. Bromley and Jun Ye},
Progress in atomic, optical and quantum science has led to rapid improvements in atomic clocks. At the same time, atomic clock research has helped to advance the frontiers of science, affecting both fundamental and applied research. The ability to control quantum states of individual atoms and photons is central to quantum information science and precision measurement, and optical clocks based on single ions have achieved the lowest systematic uncertainty of any frequency standard. Although… CONTINUE READING
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