Probing many-body spin interactions with an optical lattice clock


Advances in ultra-stable lasers now permit sub-Hz resolution of optical atomic transitions. At this level, weak interactions by any ordinary scale can in fact dominate the dynamics of the interrogated atoms, even for spin polarized fermions at ultralow temperatures. Contrary to results obtained in radio frequency spectroscopy of alkali fermionic atoms… (More)


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