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Ultra-cold chemistry: first direct observation of exchange process in quantum gas


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Geplaatst op 09 februari 2010 - 09:38

http://www.scienceda...00202101241.htm


ScienceDaily (Feb. 9, 2010) ó Considerable progresses made in controlling quantum gases open up a new avenue to study chemical processes. Rudolf Grimm's research team has now succeeded in directly observing chemical exchange processes in an ultracold sample of cesium atoms and Feshbach molecules. They report on their findings in the journal Physical Review Letters

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