A single apparatus for the production of ultracold fermionic lithium and cold bosonic caesium gases
Paris Mandoki, Asaf (2015) A single apparatus for the production of ultracold fermionic lithium and cold bosonic caesium gases. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Ultracold mixture experiments hold the promise of providing new insights into many-body quantum systems as well as ultracold chemistry and few-body phenomena. The work presented in this thesis dealt with the construction of a new apparatus for the production and study of ultracold gases of fermionic lithium-6 and bosonic caesium-133. These isotopes offer a wide tunability in their interaction strength, both in inter-species and intra-species collisions, through magnetic Feshbach resonances. Additionally, the widely different resonance frequencies of lithium and caesium enables independent control of each of the species.
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