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Transverse cooling and deflection of an atomic beam inside a Zeeman slower

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Abstract

We demonstrate the combined slowing and transverse cooling of a sodium atomic beam. Atoms have been slowed in a Zeeman slower with increasing magnetic field and transversely cooled by two-dimensional optical molasses inside the slower. The transverse molasses increases the brightness of the slow beam and allows it to be deflected out of the intense slowing laser light.

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