Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems
It is fitting that we present at this Rochester Conference on Coherence an update on one of the many advances that have been made during the last decade on techniques for using the coherence properties of lasers to produce atomic and molecular population transfer. It was here in Rochester, in 1984, that Oreg, Hioe and Eberly  first recognized the remarkable properties of counterintuitive pulse sequences.
KeywordsZeeman Splitting Laser Polarization Population Transfer Adiabatic Evolution Magnetic Sublevel
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