Magnetic-field dependence of Raman coupling in alkali-metal atoms

@article{Wei2013MagneticfieldDO,
  title={Magnetic-field dependence of Raman coupling in alkali-metal atoms},
  author={Ran Wei and Erich Mueller},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2013},
  volume={87},
  pages={042514}
}
We calculate the magnetic field dependence of Rabi rates for two-photon optical Raman processes in alkali atoms. Due to a decoupling of the nuclear and electronic spins, these rates fall with increasing field. At the typical magnetic fields of alkali atom Feshbach resonances (B\sim 200G-1200G), the Raman rates have the same order of magnitude as their zero field values, suggesting one can combine Raman-induced gauge fields/spin-orbital coupling with strong Feshbach-induced interactions. The… 

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