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Narrow-line photoassociation spectroscopy and mass-scaling of bosonic strontium.

@article{Reschovsky2018NarrowlinePS,
  title={Narrow-line photoassociation spectroscopy and mass-scaling of bosonic strontium.},
  author={Benjamin J Reschovsky and Brandon P. Ruzic and Hirokazu Miyake and Neal C. Pisenti and Paul S. Julienne and G K Campbell},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2018}
}
Using new experimental measurements of photoassociation resonances near the $^1\mathrm{S}_0 \rightarrow \phantom{ }^3\mathrm{P}_1$ intercombination transition in $^{84}$Sr and $^{86}$Sr, we present an updated study into the mass-scaling behavior of bosonic strontium dimers. A previous mass-scaling model [Borkowski et al., Phys. Rev. A 90, 032713 (2014)] was able to incorporate a large number of photoassociation resonances for $^{88}$Sr, but at the time only a handful of resonances close to the… 

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