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Optical Clocks for Precision Timing Using Solid State Lasers

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Revolutionary advances in the performance of atomic clocks results from some new ideas, precision spectroscopy of ultra-cold atoms, and maturing technologies of stable lasers. Frequency stabilized solid-state lasers are playing an increasingly important roles.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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