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Linear and Non-linear Light-Vapor interaction in ultra-compact serpentine atomic cladding wave guides

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Abstract

We present and experimentally demonstrate an ultra-compact and efficient apparatus for chips-scale linear and non-linear light vapor interactions, based on an atomic cladding nano-scale waveguides. Both low power saturation, and Autler-Townes splitting are observed.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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