Advances In Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Vol. 42 by Benjamin Bederson (ed.), Herbert Walther (ed.)

By Benjamin Bederson (ed.), Herbert Walther (ed.)

This sequence, verified in 1965, is worried with contemporary advancements within the basic region of atomic, molecular, and optical physics. the sphere is in a country of quick development, as new experimental and theoretical ideas are used on many aged and new difficulties. themes lined additionally contain comparable utilized components, resembling atmospheric technology, astrophysics, floor physics, and laser physics.

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6(c). The solid lines in Fig. 6 represent fits to the experimental data. The dashed lines represent the measured beam envelope, which consists of two broad peaks. The right peak is due to beams F and G, with a shape determined by the momentum distribution of the initial beam A. The left peak is a combination of beams D and E. It is a Bragg-reflected picture of the right peak. The fringe patterns under these two broad peaks are complementary;that is, the interference maxima in the left peak correspond to interference minima in the right peak, and vice versa, as expected from Eq.

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MI. Acknowledgments . 29 33 33 34 35 35 36 36 42 42 45 48 48 49 50 52 54 51 60 60 62 64 65 69 69 69 I. Introduction Wave-particle duality means that a quantum object can exhibit either wave or particle properties, depending on the experimental situation. The wave nature gives rise to interference phenomena, whereas knowledge about the path taken by the object testifies to its particle nature. The crucial point is that it is impossible to observe wave and particle properties simultaneously.

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