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High-Flux Cold Ytterbium Atomic Beam Source Using Two-dimensional Laser Cooling with Intercombination Transition

@article{Hosoya2021HighFluxCY,
  title={High-Flux Cold Ytterbium Atomic Beam Source Using Two-dimensional Laser Cooling with Intercombination Transition},
  author={Toshiyuki Hosoya and Ryotaro Inoue and Mikio Kozuma},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2021}
}
We demonstrate a slow ytterbium atomic beam with a tunable longitudinal velocity in the range of $20$-$30\ \mathrm{m/s}$, a transverse temperature of $11\ \mathrm{\mu K}$, and flux of up to $1.2 \times 10^{9}\ \mathrm{atoms/s}$. Such performance is realized by applying two-dimensional cooling, with an intercombination transition, to a slow atomic beam generated by a dipolar-allowed transition. We also discuss the feasibility of narrowing the transverse momentum width to less than the recoil… 
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