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Coupled second-quantized oscillators
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Fig. 1.

Schematic diagram of the optomechanical system discussed in Sec. III B . The core of the setup involves an optical cavity made of two nearly perfectly reflecting mirrors, one fixed in position and the other suspended as a pendulum. In the absence of radiation, the pendulum occupies an equilibrium position L. When laser radiation at a wavelength λ, chosen to be close to a resonance of the optical cavity, excites the system, optical and pendulum forces act to move the mirror to a position L + q. Each photon incident on the moving mirror carries linear momentum that is totally reversed on reflection.

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Fig. 2.

Schematic diagram of the optomechanical system discussed in Sec. III D . The core of the setup involves an optical cavity made of two mirrors, both fixed in position. A partially transparent optical membrane is suspended inside the resonator as a pendulum and remains at the equilibrium marked “0” in the absence of radiation. When light is injected into the resonator, the combined action of the optical and pendulum forces moves the mirror a distance q away from its initial equilibrium position.

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Fig. 3.

Schematic diagram of an optical beamsplitter. Optical beams labeled by harmonic oscillator annihilation operators a and b are incident on two ports of the beamsplitter (typically made of glass); the transmitted beams are labeled by operators c and d.

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Scitation: Coupled second-quantized oscillators
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