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1 May 1997 Atom interferometry using Bragg scattering of atoms from standing light waves
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The method of Bragg scattering from a standing light wave for splitting atoms coherently into two beams is discussed. An interferometer for atoms is demonstrated by Bragg deflection of a beam of collimated metastable neon atoms from three standing light waves. Possibility of using the interferometer in nanolithography is discussed.
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Siu Au Lee and David M. Giltner "Atom interferometry using Bragg scattering of atoms from standing light waves", Proc. SPIE 2995, Atom Optics, (1 May 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.273769
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