Iv. Atomic Resonance and Scattering Academic and Research Staff

@inproceedings{Riad2009IvAR,
  title={Iv. Atomic Resonance and Scattering Academic and Research Staff},
  author={Riad and N. and Ahmad and William and {\'E}. and Cooke and D. and Phillips and J{\'e}r{\^o}me and Michael and G................................................. S................................................. and Littman and Naser and S................................................ and M C Saleh and Gary and M.. and Carter and Myron L. Zimmerman and Daniel Kleppner and Theodore and W... and Ducas and Richard and R. and Freeman},
  year={2009}
}
Work on our prototype system continues. The reproducibility of our system has been improved so that the drift is -50 MHz per hour and the day-to-day reproducibility is ~± 500 MHz. These figures represent stabilities of 0. 1 and 1.0 ppm, respectively. We are now trying to reduce the day-to-day variations to the 50-MHz design objective. We are also beginning some studies of molecular spectra using a molecular beam to reduce the Doppler widths, since the 12 cell which is now being used has a… CONTINUE READING

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