Quasiforbidden two-body Förster resonances in a cold Cs Rydberg gas

@inproceedings{Pelle2016QuasiforbiddenTF,
  title={Quasiforbidden two-body F{\"o}rster resonances in a cold Cs Rydberg gas},
  author={Bruno Pelle and Riccardo Faoro and Juliette Billy and E. Arimondo and Pierre Pillet and Patrick Cheinet},
  year={2016}
}
Cold Rydberg atoms are known to display dipole-dipole interaction allowed resonances, also called Förster resonances, which lead to an efficient energy transfer when the proper electric field is used. This electric field also enables resonances which do not respect the dipole-dipole selection rules under zero field. A few of these quasi-forbidden resonances have been observed but they are often overlooked. Here we show that in cold Cs atoms there is a large number of these resonances that… CONTINUE READING

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