Applied physics

, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp 365–368

High-resolution optical spectra of laser cooled ions

Authors

  • R. E. Drullinger
    • Time and Frequency DivisionNational Bureau of Standards
  • D. J. Wineland
    • Time and Frequency DivisionNational Bureau of Standards
  • J. C. Bergquist
    • Time and Frequency DivisionNational Bureau of Standards
Contributed Papers

DOI: 10.1007/BF00901058

Cite this article as:
Drullinger, R.E., Wineland, D.J. & Bergquist, J.C. Appl. Phys. (1980) 22: 365. doi:10.1007/BF00901058

Abstract

We obtain essentially Doppler free spectra of the naturally occuring isotopes of Mg+, which are bound in a Penning trap, by using a frequency stabilized laser to continuously cool the ions, while the scatter rate from a second, frequency swept laser is, monitored. We show that the magnetron motion as well as the cyclotron and axial motion can be minimized. Line position measurements yielding resonance transition energy, isotope and hyperfine shifts are reported.

PACS

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