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Degenerate Raman sideband cooling of 40K atoms

@inproceedings{Zohar2022DegenerateRS,
  title={Degenerate Raman sideband cooling of 40K atoms},
  author={Elad Zohar and Yanay Florshaim and Oded Zilberman and Amir Stern and Yoav Sagi},
  year={2022}
}
We report on the implementation of degenerate Raman sideband cooling of 40 K atoms. The scheme incorporates a 3D optical lattice, which confines the atoms and drives the Raman transitions. The optical cooling cycle is closed by two optical pumping beams. The wavelength of the laser beams forming the lattice is close to the D 2 atomic transition, while the optical pumping is operated near the D 1 transition. With this cooling method, we achieve temperature of ∼ 1 µ K of a cloud with ∼ 10 7 atoms… 

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