Laser Doppler cooling of atoms and molecules is based on precision lasers that have been slightly detuned from a prominent absorption line. It is an unavoidable technique e.g. for the study of Bose-Einstein condensates. The high accuracy of the frequency comb in combination with its absolute calibration offers a solution to the control the lasers in the setups.
- Using an Atomic Nucleus for Precise Time Measurement
- Locking of multiple lasers to an Optical Frequency Comb
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