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Laser cooling of solids

24-25 January 2007, San Jose, California, USA

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laser cooling -- Congresses,
  • Laser manipulation (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses,
  • Solids -- Cooling -- Congresses,
  • Semiconductors -- Cooling -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and author index.

    StatementRichard I. Epstein, Mansoor Sheik-Bahae, editors ; sponsored ... by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesProceedings of SPIE -- v. 6461, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 6461.
    ContributionsEpstein, Richard I., Sheik-Bahae, Mansoor., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14558735M
    ISBN 100819465747
    ISBN 109780819465740
    OCLC/WorldCa123345793

      Optical physicists record lowest temperature ever in solids using laser cooling Physics, Astronomy & Interdisciplinary Science facility will help group continue to be worldwide leader By Aaron.   In the s and 80s, researchers developed techniques for cooling atoms to very low temperatures using laser light. The work led to improvements in atomic clocks and the observation of a new ultracold state of matter.

    No mention of laser cooling of solids. The first experimental demonstration of laser cooling in solids (Yb-doped glass) took place in at Los Alamos National Labs by Epstein et al. Published in Nature, , 4 September (UTC) There is no . Advances in Laser Cooling of Solids We review the progress on laser cooling of solids. Laser cooling of ion-doped solids and semiconductors is based on the anti-Stokes fluorescence, where the emitted photons have a mean energy higher than that of the absorbed photons. The thermodynamic analysis.

      Starting with the basic physical principles of laser cooling of solids, the monograph goes on to discuss the current theoretical issues being resolved and the increasing demands of growth and evaluation of high purity materials suitable for optical refrigeration, while also examining the design and applications of practical : $ Optical refrigeration: science and applications of laser cooling of solids. Nielsen Book Data) Summary Edited by the two top experts in the field with a panel of International contributors, this is a comprehensive up-to-date review of research and applications. Starting with the basic physical principles of laser cooling of solids, the.


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Laser Cooling of Solids is an important contribution to the development of compact laser-powered cryogenic refrigerators, both for the academic community.

Laser cooling includes a number of techniques in which atomic and molecular samples are cooled down to near absolute cooling techniques rely on the fact that when an object (usually an atom) absorbs and re-emits a photon (a particle of light) its momentum changes. For an ensemble of particles, their thermodynamic temperature is proportional to the variance in their velocity.

Laser cooling is an important emerging technology in such areas as the cooling of semiconductors. The book examines and suggests solutions for a range of problems in the development of miniature solid-state laser refrigerators, self-cooling solid-state lasers and optical echo-processors.

Laser cooling is an important emerging technology in such areas as the cooling of semiconductors. The book examines and suggests solutions for a range of problems in the development of miniature solid-state laser refrigerators, self-cooling solid-state lasers and optical : $ "This book provides a timely and useful collection of articles on optical refrigeration science that complements the earlier books on this subject.

It covers a wide range of topics, including laser cooling in dense gases, radiation-balanced lasers, novel cooling methods, and laser cooling in by: 1. S.C. Rand, from Laser Cooling of Solids, Pan Stanford Publishing, Chapter 6 ().

2 condition characterized by a large Huang-Rhys factor9, the light is detuned into the phonon sideband associated with the electronic transition. Then, consistent with quantum theory10, the absorption of photons on the low energy side of resonance is followed on average by photon emission at the center.

LASER COOLING OF SOLIDS C.E. MUNGAN AND T.R. GOSNELL 3 I. Introduction A. OVERVIEW OF BASIC CONCEPTS Laser cooling of a solid may occur when the average energy of the photons emitted by the solid is larger than the energy of the ones it absorbs.

Laser cooling in solids is based on anti-Stokes luminescence, via the annihilation of lattice phonons needed to compensate the energy of emitted photons, higher than absorbed ones. Get this from a library. Laser cooling of solids. [S V Petrushkin; V V Samart︠s︡ev] -- "Laser cooling is an important emerging technology in such areas as the cooling of semiconductors.

The book examines and suggests solutions for a range of problems in the development of miniature. Laser cooling is an important emerging technology in such areas as the cooling of semiconductors. The book examines and suggests solutions for a range of problems in the development of miniature solid-state laser refrigerators, self-cooling solid-state lasers and optical : Elsevier Science.

The Laser Cooling of Solids page for the User Sites Site on the USNA Website. This page was last updated on Mon Nov 18 EST S.V.

Petrushkin, V.V. Samartsev, in Laser Cooling of Solids, Doppler cooling. The anti-Stokes mechanism of laser cooling of solids, liquids or gases is very similar to the technique of Doppler cooling of free atoms.

Recently, the latter has been the controlling mechanism in the cooling of rarefied gases to the Bose-Einstein condensate temperature [72].

Laser cooling of solids (optical refrigeration) at the present time can be largely divided into three areas: laser cooling in ion doped glasses or crystals, laser cooling in semiconductors (bulk Author: Galina Nemova.

The book deals with one of the promising and interesting directions of laser physics. laser cooling of solids. The history of research in this direction is described briefly and the results of experiments with laser cooling of condensed media are discussed.

Special attention is given to the Price: $   Starting with the basic physical principles of laser cooling of solids, the monograph goes on to discuss the current theoretical issues being resolved and the increasing demands of growth and evaluation of high purity materials suitable for optical refrigeration, while also examining the design and applications of practical cryocoolers.

Laser cooling of solids to cryogenic temperatures Denis V. Seletskiy 1, Seth D. Melgaard1, Stefano Bigotta2†, Alberto Di Lieto2, Mauro Tonelli2 and Mansoor Sheik-Bahae1* Laser radiation has been used to cool matter ranging from dilute gases to micromechanical oscillators.

In Doppler cooling of gases, the translational energy of atoms is loweredCited by:   In laser cooling of solids, heat is removed through the annihilation of lattice vibrations in the process of anti-Stokes fluorescence4,5,6.

Since its initial observation inresearch7,8,9,10 Cited by: laser cooling of 2D semiconductor Laser Cooling Solids I [] Wang J­B, Johnson S R, Ding D, Yu S­Q, Zhang Y­H, Yu S­Q, Ding D, Johnson S R and Wang J­B Influence of photon recycling on semiconductor luminescence refrigeration J.

Appl. Phys. [] Li D, Zhang J and Xiong Q Laser coolingFile Size: 2MB. Laser Cooling: Fundamental Properties and Applications - CRC Press Book In the recent decades, laser cooling or optical refrigeration—a physical process by which a system loses its thermal energy as a result of interaction with laser light—has garnered a great deal of.

It includes recent results on laser cooling by redistribution of radiation in dense gas mixtures, three conceptually different approaches to laser cooling of solids such as cooling with anti-Stokes fluorescence, Brillouin cooling, and Raman cooling.

It also discusses crystal growth and glass production for laser cooling by: 1. Today, laser cooling and its applications represent one of the major subfields of atomic, molecular, and solids state physics. The primary objective of this Field Guide is to present an overview of the various concepts and methods of laser cooling, including Doppler cooling, polarization gradient cooling, different sub-recoil schemes of laser.This Field Guide provides an overview of the basic principles of laser cooling of atoms, ions, nanoparticles, and solids, including Doppler cooling, polarization gradient cooling, different sub-recoil schemes of laser cooling, forced evaporation, laser cooling with anti-Stokes fluorescence, hybrid laser cooling, and Raman and Brillouin cooling.It includes recent results on laser cooling by redistribution of radiation in dense gas mixtures, three conceptually different approaches to laser cooling of solids such as cooling with anti-Stokes fluorescence, Brillouin cooling, and Raman cooling.