Determination of CaOH and CaOCH$_3$ vibrational branching ratios for direct laser cooling and trapping

@inproceedings{Kozyryev2018DeterminationOC,
  title={Determination of CaOH and CaOCH\$_3\$ vibrational branching ratios for direct laser cooling and trapping},
  author={Ivan Kozyryev and Timothy C Steimle and Phelan Yu and Duc-Trung Nguyen and John M. Doyle},
  year={2018}
}
  • Ivan Kozyryev, Timothy C Steimle, +2 authors John M. Doyle
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • Alkaline earth monoalkoxide free radicals (MORs) have molecular properties conducive to direct laser cooling to sub-millikelvin temperatures. Using dispersed laser induced fluorescence (DLIF) measurements from a pulsed supersonic molecular beam source we determine vibrational branching ratios and Franck-Condon factors for the MORs CaOH and CaOCH$_{3}$. With narrow linewidth continuous-wave dye laser excitation, we precisely measure fluorescence branching for both $\tilde{X}-\tilde{A}$ and… CONTINUE READING

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