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15 May 1998 Recent experiments with Bose-condensed gases at JILA
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We consider a binary mixture of two overlapping Bose- Einstein condensates in two different hyperfine states of 87Rb with nearly identical magnetic moments. Such a system has been simply realized through application of radio frequency and microwave radiation which drives a two-photon transition between the two states. The nearly identical magnetic moments afford a high degree of spatial overlap, permitting a variety of new experiments. We discuss some of the conditions under which the magnetic moments are identical, with particular emphasis placed on the requirements for a time-averaged orbiting potential magnetic trap.
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David Sumner Hall, Jason R. Ensher, Deborah S. Jin, Michael R. Matthews, Carl E. Wieman, and Eric A. Cornell "Recent experiments with Bose-condensed gases at JILA", Proc. SPIE 3270, Methods for Ultrasensitive Detection, (15 May 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.308367
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