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The density broadening in a sodium F=2 condensate detected by a pulse train
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The dipole-blockaded sodiumclock transition has been detected by high resolution microwave spectroscopy, the multiple-pulse spectroscopy. This spectroscopic technique has been first used to detect the density broadening and shifting in a Sodium Bose Einstein Condensate (BEC) by probing the sodium clock-transition. Moreover, by narrowing the pulse-width of the pulses, some of the broadening mechanisms can be partially reduced. The results reported here are essential steps toward the ground-statequantum computing, few-body spectroscopy, spin squeezing and quantum metrology.
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