Green's-function formalism for resonant interaction of x rays with nuclei in structured media

@article{Kong2020GreensfunctionFF,
  title={Green's-function formalism for resonant interaction of x rays with nuclei in structured media},
  author={Xiangjin Kong and D. Chang and A. P'alffy},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020},
  volume={102},
  pages={033710}
}
The resonant interaction between x-ray photons and nuclei is one of the most exciting subjects in the burgeoning field of x-ray quantum optics. A resourceful platform used to date is thin-film x-ray cavities with embedded layers or M\"ossbauer nuclei such as $^{57}\mathrm{Fe}$. A quantum optical model based on the classical electromagnetic Green's function is developed to investigate theoretically the nuclear response inside the x-ray cavity. The model is versatile and provides an intuitive… Expand

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