Measurement of the tune-out wavelength for Cs133 at 880 nm

  title={Measurement of the tune-out wavelength for 
 at 880 nm},
  author={Apichayaporn Ratkata and Philip D. Gregory and Andrew D. Innes and Jonas A. Matthies and L A McArd and Jonathan M. Mortlock and Marianna S. Safronova and Sarah L. Bromley and Simon L. Cornish},
  journal={Physical Review A},
Apichayaporn Ratkata, Philip D. Gregory, Andrew D. Innes, Jonas A. Matthies, Lewis A. McArd, Jonathan M. Mortlock, M. S. Safronova, Sarah L. Bromley, and Simon L. Cornish1∗ Joint Quantum Centre (JQC) Durham-Newcastle, Department of Physics, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom, DH1 3LE. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 19716, USA. (Dated: October 4, 2021) 

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