Cooperative Effects in a One Photon Micromaser with Atomic Coherence
Recent work studied the effects of having two simultaneous and fully inverted atoms in the one photon micromaser cavity, and found that the trapping states were strongly disrupted by these effects for a low photon number.1,2
KeywordsTrapping State Flight Time Cooperative Effect Rotating Wave Approximation Atomic Polarization
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