Generation of a slow and continuous cesium atomic beam for an atomic clock

@article{Park2002GenerationOA,
  title={Generation of a slow and continuous cesium atomic beam for an atomic clock},
  author={Sang Eon Park and Ho Seong Lee and E. Shin and T. Kwon and Sung-hoon Yang and Hyuck Cho},
  journal={Journal of The Optical Society of America B-optical Physics},
  year={2002},
  volume={19},
  pages={2595-2602}
}
A thermal atomic beam from a cesium oven was slowed down by use of the Hoffnagle modified white-light cooling technique. In addition, the atomic beam was collimated by use of a two-dimensional optical molasses that was installed transverse to the atomic-beam direction. The flux of the atomic beam was 2×1010 atoms/s, an increase of a factor of 16 as a result of the collimation. The mean longitudinal velocity was ∼24.4 m/s, and the rms velocity spread of the slowed atomic beam was ∼1 m/s… Expand
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