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Probing Matter-Field and Atom-Number Correlations in Optical Lattices by Global Nondestructive Addressing

Abstract:

We show that light scattering from an ultracold gas reveals not only density correlations, but also matter-field interference at its shortest possible distance in an optical lattice, which defines key properties such as tunneling and matter-field phase gradients. This signal can be enhanced by concentrating probe light between lattice sites rather than at density maxima. As addressing between two single sites is challenging, we focus on global nondestructive scattering, allowing probing order...

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Kozlowski, W More by this author
Caballero-Benitez, SF More by this author
Mekhov, IB More by this author
Publication date:
2014-11-27
URN:
uuid:32eb9386-4b06-4958-965f-9e1c44f1b7f0
Source identifiers:
492154
Local pid:
pubs:492154

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