Abstract

Utilizing cold and trapped atoms for precision spectroscopy of weak atomic transitions has two important advantages: the suppression of Doppler and time-of-flight broadenings and a combination of long interaction times, weak perturbations and tight confinement, which can be obtained using dark optical traps.1,2

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