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A combined trap for chromium and rubidium atoms
By: Pfan, T.; Gorlitz, A.; Schmidt, P.O.; Werner, J.; Hensler, S.; Griesmaier, A.;
2003 / IEEE / 0-7803-7733-8
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' A combined trap for chromium and rubidium atoms ' A new apparatus for simultaneous trapping of chromium and rubidium in spatially and temporally overlapping traps is set up. A beam of chromium atoms is generated by a high temperature effusion cell and decelerated by a Zeeman slower before being loaded into a magneto-optical trap (MOT), whereas the rubidium MOT is loaded from thermal atoms out of a resistively heated getter source. The bosonic isotope (/sup 52/Cr) which is easier to cool is used to test the new approach.
Temporally Overlapping Traps
Chromium Atomic Beam
High Temperature Effusion Cell
Resistively Heated Getter Source