Spin-exchange pumped noble gas comagnetometers consist of two or more co-located ensembles of noble gas atoms whose nuclei are polarized by spin-exchange collisions with polarized alkali atoms. Such devices been used to place upper bounds on fifth forces and Lorentz violations and for the measurement of inertial rotation. In this talk I will discuss some of the systematic errors generic to spin-exchange pumped comagnetometers. I will also describe the design and performance of a novel comagnetometer which suppresses these errors.
Atomic Physics Seminar | Daniel Thrasher. U of Wis., Madison | "Comagnetometry with transversely polarized 129Xe and 131Xe" | Jadwin 233
Fri, Oct 18, 2019, 12:00 pm