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Nonlinear Atom Optics

Brian P. Anderson and Pierre Meystre

Interatomic interactions can introduce nonlinear behavior into a system of trapped ultracold atoms, similar to the dynamics of light propagating in a refractive nonlinear medium. Bose-Einstein condensates are now providing the means for studying coherent nonlinear dynamics with dilute atomic systems.

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Nonlinear Atom Optics

Brian P. Anderson and Pierre Meystre

Interatomic interactions can introduce nonlinear behavior into a system of trapped ultracold atoms, similar to the dynamics of light propagating in a refractive nonlinear medium. Bose-Einstein condensates are now providing the means for studying coherent nonlinear dynamics with dilute atomic systems.

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Publish Date: 01 June 2002


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