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A magneto-optical trap uses laser cooling to produce samples of cold, trapped, neutral atoms at temperatures as low as several microkelvins. Laser cooling is achieved by applying special light fields or light pulses to an ensemble of atoms. Energy and momentum is exchanged between photons and the atoms in such a way that atoms experience either a friction force with low momentum in which they are trapped or they no longer scatter photons.
- Average power of 50W
- Long wavelength
- Resonant matching
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