Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 52 Issue 2 February 1999 pp 127-132
The effect of strong magnetic field on the bulk properties of quark matter is reinvestigated taking
Volume 61 Issue 4 October 2003 pp 659-668 Reasearch Articles
We report on the study of the mass-radius (
Volume 65 Issue 3 September 2005 pp 403-411
We present results of a study of frequency stabilization of a diode laser (λ = 780 nm) using the Doppler-free dichroic lock (DFDL) technique and its use for laser cooling of atoms. Quantitative measurements of frequency stability were performed and the Allan variance was found to be 6.9 × 1011 for an averaging time of 10 s. The frequency-stabilized diode laser was used to obtain the trapping beams for a magneto-optic trap (MOT) for Rb atoms. Using the DFDL technique, the laser frequency could be locked over a wide range and this enabled measurement of detuning dependence of the number and temperature of cold atoms using a relatively simple experimental set-up.
Volume 81 Issue 2 August 2013 pp 295-308 Research Articles
Theoretical and experimental studies of temporal dynamics of grazing incidence grating (
Volume 83 Issue 1 July 2014 pp 131-138
The effect of size of a cooling laser beam in a zig-zag atomic beam collimator on transverse cooling of a krypton atomic beam is investigated. The simulation results show that discreteness in the interaction between the cooling laser beam and atomic beam, arising due to finite size and incidence angle of the cooling laser beam, significantly reduces the value of transverse velocity capture range of the collimator. The experimental observations show the trend similar to that obtained from simulations. Our study can be particularly useful where a small zig-zag collimator is required.
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