The sector of atom interferometry has accelerated speedily lately, and todays study laboratories are utilizing atom interferometers either as inertial sensors and for precision measurements. Many researchers additionally use atom interferometry as a method of getting to know primary questions in quantum mechanics.
Atom Interferometry includes contributions from theoretical and experimental physicists on the leading edge of this speedily constructing box. Editor Paul R. Berman comprises a good stability of heritage fabric and up to date experimental results,providing a basic review of atom interferometry and demonstrating the promise that it holds for the long run.
* contains contributions from a number of the learn teams that experience pioneered this rising field
* Discusses and demonstrates new features of the wave nature of atoms
* Explains the various vital functions of atom interferometry, from a dimension of the gravitational consistent to atom lithography
* Examines purposes of atom interferometry to essentially very important quantum mechanics difficulties
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