Collective Shift in Resonant Light Scattering by a One-Dimensional Atomic Chain.

@article{Glicenstein2020CollectiveSI,
  title={Collective Shift in Resonant Light Scattering by a One-Dimensional Atomic Chain.},
  author={Antoine Glicenstein and G. Ferioli and N. Sibalic and L. Brossard and I. Ferrier-Barbut and A. Browaeys},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2020},
  volume={124 25},
  pages={
          253602
        }
}
We experimentally study resonant light scattering by a one-dimensional randomly filled chain of cold two-level atoms. By a local measurement of the light scattered along the chain, we observe constructive interferences in light-induced dipole-dipole interactions between the atoms. They lead to a shift of the collective resonance despite the average interatomic distance being larger than the wavelength of the light. This result demonstrates that strong collective effects can be enhanced by… Expand

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