Bose-Einstein condensates and precision measurements.

Abstract

An ongoing challenge in physics is to make increasingly accurate measurements of physical quantities. Bose-Einstein condensates in atomic gases are ideal candidates for use in precision measurement schemes since they are extremely cold and have laser-like coherence properties. In this paper, we review these two attributes and discuss how they could be exploited to improve the resolution in a range of different measurements.

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@article{Dunningham2005BoseEinsteinCA, title={Bose-Einstein condensates and precision measurements.}, author={Jacob Dunningham and Keith Burnett and William D. Phillips}, journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences}, year={2005}, volume={363 1834}, pages={2165-75} }