Continuous and pulsed quantum zeno effect.

@article{Streed2006ContinuousAP,
  title={Continuous and pulsed quantum zeno effect.},
  author={Erik W. Streed and Jongchul Mun and Micah Boyd and G K Campbell and Patrick Medley and Wolfgang Ketterle and David E. Pritchard},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2006},
  volume={97 26},
  pages={
          260402
        }
}
Continuous and pulsed quantum Zeno effects were observed using a 87Rb Bose-Einstein condensate. Oscillations between two ground hyperfine states of a magnetically trapped condensate, externally driven at a transition rate omega(R), were suppressed by destructively measuring the population in one of the states with resonant light. The suppression of the transition rate in the two-level system was quantified for pulsed measurements with a time interval deltat between pulses and continuous… 

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