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Detection of far‐infrared radiation using Rydberg atoms
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2.A. review of Rydberg atoms is given by D. Kleppner in Progress in Atomic Physics, edited by H. Kleinpoppen and W. Hanle (Plenum, New York, 1978), Vol. II. p. 713.
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