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Dynamically Shaped Optical Dipole Atom Traps for Rapid Cooling to Quantum Degeneracy

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To improve the efficiency of evaporative cooling in optical atom traps, we utilize the time-averaged potential of a rapidly moving laser to achieve 174Yb Bose-Einstein Condensates of (0.5−1)×105 atoms within (1.6−1.8) s.

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