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Precision Measurement of the Excited State Land\'e g-factor and Diamagnetic Shift of the Cesium D$_{2}$ Line

@inproceedings{Staerkind2022PrecisionMO,
  title={Precision Measurement of the Excited State Land\'e g-factor and Diamagnetic Shift of the Cesium D\$\_\{2\}\$ Line},
  author={Hans Staerkind and Kasper Jensen and Jorg H. Muller and Vincent Oltman Boer and Esben Thade Petersen and Eugene Simon Polzik},
  year={2022}
}
We have performed saturated absorption spectroscopy on the cesium D 2 line in 3 T and 7 T magnetic fields. By means of sideband spectroscopy on the extreme angular momentum states we have measured the linear magnetic frequency shift of the transition to be γ 1 = 13 . 994301(11) GHz/T. This corresponds to an optical magnetic field measurement of better than 1 ppm accuracy. From this value we can calculate the fine structure Land´e g-factor g J (cid:0) 6 2 P 3 / 2 (cid:1) = 1 . 334 087 49(52). This… 
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