Anisotropy in scattering of light from an atom into the guided modes of a nanofiber

@article{Kien2014AnisotropyIS,
  title={Anisotropy in scattering of light from an atom into the guided modes of a nanofiber},
  author={Fam Le Kien and Arno Rauschenbeutel},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={023805}
}
We study the scattering of guided light from a multilevel cesium atom with the transitions between the hyperfine levels $6{S}_{1/2}F=4$ and $6{P}_{3/2}{F}^{\ensuremath{'}}=5$ of the ${D}_{2}$ line into the guided modes of a nanofiber. We show that the rate of scattering of guided light from the atom in the steady-state regime into the guided modes is asymmetric with respect to the forward and backward directions and depends on the polarization of the probe field. The asymmetry between the… 
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