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Direct Kerr-frequency-comb atomic stabilization

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We experimentally demonstrate direct Kerr-microresonator frequency-comb atomic spectroscopy, utilizing a cascaded two-photon 1529-nm transition in a rubidium micro-machined vapor cell. The demonstration is a path for compact atomic frequency references and multiphoton comb-atom interactions.

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