Divalent Rydberg atoms in optical lattices: Intensity landscape and magic trapping

@article{Topcu2014DivalentRA,
  title={Divalent Rydberg atoms in optical lattices: Intensity landscape and magic trapping},
  author={Turker Topcu and Andrei Derevianko},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={023411}
}
We develop a theoretical understanding of the trapping of divalent Rydberg atoms in optical lattices. Because the size of the Rydberg electron cloud can be comparable to the scale of spatial variations of laser intensity, we pay special attention to averaging optical fields over the atomic wave functions. The optical potential is proportional to the ac Stark polarizability. We find that in the independent-particle approximation for the valence electrons, this polarizability breaks into two… 

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