Confocal laser microspectroscopic Rabi-flopping study of an iron oxide emitter surface used for Rydberg matter generation.

@article{Alpermann2007ConfocalLM,
  title={Confocal laser microspectroscopic Rabi-flopping study of an iron oxide emitter surface used for Rydberg matter generation.},
  author={Theodor rer. nat. Alpermann and Leif Holmlid},
  journal={Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy},
  year={2007},
  volume={67 3-4},
  pages={
          877-85
        }
}
Rydberg matter (RM) is a novel metal-like material in the form of electronically excited clusters of atoms (e.g. K and H) or molecules (e.g. H(2)). It is used as the inverted laser medium for IR in the RM laser. RM has recently been formed in its lowest state, which is proposed to be metallic hydrogen [Energy and Fuels 19 (2005) 2235]. An emitter material (K-doped iron oxide catalyst) that forms RM is studied by a specialized spectroscopic method, needed to detect the Rydberg states on the… CONTINUE READING
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