Abstract

The experimental realisation of single trapped ions [1] opened new possibilities for observing fundamental effects of quantum physics. In particular, quantum effects of the center-of-mass motion can be studied, provided a measurement scheme for reconstructing the complete quantum mechanical state is available.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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