Ultracold photoassociation spectroscopy : Long-range molecules and atomic scattering

  title={Ultracold photoassociation spectroscopy : Long-range molecules and atomic scattering},
  author={K. Martha M. Jones and Eite Tiesinga and Paul S Julienne},
Photoassociation is the process in which two colliding atoms absorb a photon to form an excited molecule. The development of laser-cooling techniques for producing gases at ultracold !!1 mK" temperatures allows photoassociation spectroscopy to be performed with very high spectral resolution. Of particular interest is the investigation of molecular states whose properties can be related, with high precision, to the properties of their constituent atoms with the “complications” of chemical… CONTINUE READING
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