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Velocimetry, Cooling and Rotation Sensing by Cold-Atom Matterwave Interferometry

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Interferometric measurement of an atom’s velocity allows, by tailoring the impulse imparted by the matterwave-splitting laser pulses, a velocity-dependent force that cools an atomic sample. Differential measurement reveals the sample’s acceleration and rotation.

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