Ultracold Feshbach Molecules

by F. Ferlaino, S. Knoop, R. Grimm
Abstract:
In this Chapter, we give an introduction into experiments with Feshbach molecules and their applications. In particular, we discuss the various creation and detection methods, and the internal-state manipulation of such molecules. We highlight two topics, namely Feshbach molecules in the halo regime and the application of Feshbach molecule to achieve ultracold gases of molecules in the rovibrational ground state. Our illustrative examples are mainly based on work performed at Innsbruck University.//publisher=
Reference:
Ultracold Feshbach Molecules,
F. Ferlaino, S. Knoop, R. Grimm,
2008.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{UltracoldFeshbachMolecules,
  title = {Ultracold Feshbach Molecules},
  author = {Ferlaino, F. and Knoop, S. and Grimm, R.},
  //journal = {submitted},
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  year = {2008},
  month = {Sep},
  abstract = {In this Chapter, we give an introduction into experiments with Feshbach molecules and their applications. In particular, we discuss the various creation and detection methods, and the internal-state manipulation of such molecules. We highlight two topics, namely Feshbach molecules in the halo regime and the application of Feshbach molecule to achieve ultracold gases of molecules in the rovibrational ground state. Our illustrative examples are mainly based on work performed at Innsbruck University.}
  //publisher = {},
  //doi = {},
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  arXiv = http://arxiv.org/abs/0809.3920}