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Kazantsev A.P., Surdutovich G.I., Yakovlev V.P. Mechanical action of light on atoms (Singapore; London: World Scientific, 1990. - 380 p.)
 
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Preface ........................................................... v
Introduction ...................................................... 1

Chapter 1. Coherent Interaction between Atoms and Field ........... 9
    1. The Hamiltonian of Atom-Field Interaction .................. 9
    2. Light Pressure Force ...................................... 18
        2.1. Adiabatic states. Nonresonant potential ............. 24
        2.2. Diabatic states. Resonant potential ................. 28
        2.3. Atomic density-matrix equation with allowance
             for a recoil effect ................................. 31
    3. The Non-Adiabaticity Operator. Landau-Zener (LZ)
       Transitions ............................................... 33

Chapter 2. Scattering of Atoms by Light .......................... 45
    4. The Classical Picture of Scattering ....................... 45
    5. Acceleration of Atoms by Light ............................ 58
    6. Diffraction of Atoms ...................................... 68
        6.1. Diffraction of a "coherent" atomic beam ............. 68
        6.2. Experiment .......................................... 71
        6.3. Bragg scattering .................................... 73
        6.4. The scattering of atoms by a quantized
             electromagnetic field ............................... 76
    7. The Interference of Atoms ................................. 81
        7.1. The interference of atoms scattered by a single
             standing wave ....................................... 82
        7.2. The transfer of the spatial coherence under the
             Echo conditions ..................................... 85
        7.3. Pulse scattering regime ............................. 87
        7.4. Nonlinear atomic interferometry ..................... 88
        7.5. The Bohm-Aaronov effect ............................. 89
        7.6. The interference of atoms in a gas .................. 89
        7.7. Combined scattering regime .......................... 91

Chapter 3. Dispersion of Atoms in Light Fields ................... 95
    8. Dispersion of Atoms in the Periodic Light Field ........... 95
        8.1. Travelling wave ..................................... 96
        8.2. Atoms in a standing wave. Symmetry of the
             problem ............................................. 98
        8.3. Dispersion law for a weak field .................... 100
    9. A Strong Field Case. The Above-Barrier Motion ............ 103
        9.1. The scalar particle in a periodic potential ........ 104
        9.2. The influence of the Landau-Zener transitions ...... 105
        9.3. The Bloch functions of an atom in a
             standing-wave field ................................ 108
        9.4. Optical characteristics of atoms in a
             standing-wave field ................................ 109
   10. The Under-Barrier Motion of Atoms in a
       Strong Field ............................................. 113
       10.1. The bipotential motion (Δ/2 < ε < V0).
             Strong coupling approximation (small Δ) ............ 113
       10.2. The lifetime of bound states of atoms
             at large Δ ......................................... 117
       10.3. The quasiclassical analysis of the sub-
             barrier motion ..................................... 122
   11. Bipotential Scattering ................................... 130

Chapter 4. Influence of Spontaneous Radiation on Light
           Pressure Force ....................................... 141
   12. Equation for the Atomic Density Matrix ................... 142
   13. The Light Pressure Force and the Hysteresis
       Phenomenon ............................................... 150
       13.1. Light pressure force in the travelling wave ........ 152
       13.2. Light pressure force in the standing wave .......... 153
       13.3. Peculiarities of the perturbation theory in
             the field of a standing wave ....................... 155
       13.4. Strong field. Quasistationary approximation ........ 161
       13.5. Strong field. Quasiclassical approximation.
             LZ-transitions ..................................... 168
       13.6. Friction force for fast atoms ...................... 176
   14. Light Pressure Force and Spectrum of Resonance
       Fluorescence ............................................. 178
       14.1. Atomic correlation matrix with allowance
             for recoil ......................................... 178
       14.2. Spectrum resonance fluorescence in the field
             of a travelling wave ............................... 183
       14.3. Relationship between the light pressure force
             and spectrum of resonance fluorescence ............. 186
       14.4. Spectrum of resonance fluorescence in the
             field of a standing wave ........................... 189
   15. Cooling and Velocity Bunching of Atoms in the
       Light Field .............................................. 194
       15.1. Deceleration of atoms in the intense
             standing wave ...................................... 194
       15.2. Cooling of atoms by the spontaneous light
             pressure force ..................................... 196
       15.3. Coooling of trapped ions by the light field ........ 196
       15.4. Bunching of atoms in the velocity space ............ 201
   16. Interference Phenomena and the Effect of
       Rectification of the Radiation Force ..................... 212
       16.1. Interference phenomena in the monochromatic
             field .............................................. 212
       16.2. Interference phenomena in a weak bichromatic
             field .............................................. 217
       16.3. Bichromatic fields of finite amplitude ............. 219

Chapter 5. Kinetics of Atoms in Light Fields .................... 227
   17. Kinetics of Atoms in the Travelling Wave Field ........... 228
       17.1. The Fokker-Planck kinetic equation ................. 228
       17.2. Slow bunching in velocities of atoms in
             the travelling wave field .......................... 231
       17.3. Rapid velocity bunching in the presence
             of magnetic field .................................. 235
       17.4. Influence of the light pressure on the
             nonlinear susceptibility of resonance atoms ........ 236
   18. Kinetics of Atoms in a Weak Standing-Wave Field .......... 241
       18.1. Kinetic equation in linear approximation in
             the field strength ................................. 241
       18.2. Evolution of the velocity distribution in
             a weak standing-wave field ......................... 247
       18.3. Viscous confinement in a field of the three
             orthogonal standing waves .......................... 253
       18.4. Nonlinear susceptibility of resonance atoms
             in a standing-wave field ........................... 254
   19. Kinetic Equation for Slow Atoms in a Standing-Wave
       Field .................................................... 256
       19.1. Derivation of the kinetic equation ................. 257
       19.2. Properties of the kinetic coefficients ............. 260
       19.3. Light pressure force in a laser beam of
             finite radius ...................................... 264
   20. Scattering of Atoms by a Standing Wave in the
       Kinetic Regime ........................................... 267
   21. Cooling and Localization of Atoms in a Strong
       Standing Light Wave ...................................... 276
       21.1. Stationary solution of the kinetic equation ........ 277
       21.2. Effective temperature of the untrapped
             particles .......................................... 279
       21.3. One-dimensional lattice of cooled atoms and
             the channelling phenomenon ......................... 281
       21.4. Three-dimensional lattice of cooled atom ........... 285
       21.5. Lifetime of atoms in the light-wave grating ........ 288
       21.6. Viscous confinement in a saturating field .......... 289
   22. Localization of Atoms in Strong Fields ................... 291
       22.1. Motion of atoms in the focus of a laser beam ....... 292
       22.2. Localization of atoms by light and
             magnetic fields .................................... 295
       22.3. Localization of atoms in a bichromatic field ....... 297
   23. Kinetics of Fast Atoms in a Standing Light Wave .......... 299
       23.1. Kinetics of atoms under strong hysteresis .......... 300
       23.2. Fokker-Planck equation for fast atoms .............. 302
       23.3. Strong field. Bipotential kinetics ................. 306
   24. Diffraction, Diffusion and Potential Scattering
       Atoms in a Standing-Light Wave Field ..................... 308
       24.1. Basic equations .................................... 309
       24.2. The case of large detunings. Spatial correlation
             of spontaneous and induced transitions ............. 311
       24.3. Diffraction scattering ............................. 315
       24.4. Incoherent scattering .............................. 317
       24.5. Statistics of scattered photons .................... 320
   25. Polarization Effects in the Resonance Light
       Pressure ................................................. 320
       25.1. Equation for the density matrix .................... 321
       25.2. Magnetization of atoms by the linearly
             polarized wave ..................................... 326
   26. Density Effects .......................................... 330
       26.1. Atomic collisions in a light field ................. 330
       26.2. The interaction of atoms in a light field .......... 333

Appendix I.   Diffraction of Atoms from a Standing-Wave
              Field with Smooth Temporal Envelope ............... 337
Appendix II.  Effects of Spontaneous Relaxation in the Transfer
              of Spatial Coherence under the Echo Conditions .... 341
Appendix III. General Form of the Dispersion Law for
              Atoms in a Standing-Wave Field .................... 347
Appendix IV.  Dispersion of an Atom in a Strong Standing Wave
              under Small Detunings from Resonance .............. 353
Appendix V.   Solution of the Bloch Equations Near the
              Standing-Wave Nodes ............................... 363

References ...................................................... 367
Subject Index ................................................... 375


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Kazantsev A.P. Mechanical action of light on atoms / Kazantsev A.P., Surdutovich G.I., Yakovlev V.P. - Singapore; London: World Scientific, 1990. - 380 p. - Bibliogr.: 151 ref.

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