Ultralow-power local laser control of the dimer density in alkali-metal vapors through photodesorption | Academic Article individual record
abstract

Ultralow-power diode-laser radiation is employed to induce photodesorption of cesium from a partially transparent thin-film cesium adsorbate on a solid surface. Using resonant Raman spectroscopy, we demonstrate that this photodesorption process enables an accurate local optical control of the density of dimer molecules in alkali-metal vapors. 2012 American Institute of Physics.

publication outlet

Applied Physics Letters

author list (cited authors)
Jha, P. K., Dorfman, K. E., Yi, Z., Yuan, L., Sautenkov, V. A., Rostovtsev, Y. V., ... Scully, M. O.
publication date
2012
publisher
AIP Publishing Publisher
keywords
  • Physics.atom-ph
  • Quant-ph
citation count

4

identifier
27149SE
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
start page
091107
end page
091107
volume
101
issue
9