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Real time Quantum state holography using coherent transients

In a two-level atom, real-time quantum state holography is performed through interferences between quantum states created by a reference pulse and a chirped pulse resulting in coherent transients. A sequence of several measurements allows one to measure the real and imaginary parts of the excited state wave function. These measurements are performed during the interaction with the ultrashort laser pulse. The extreme sensitivity of this method to the pulse shape provides a tool for electric field measurement.

Voir en ligne : Opt. Commun. 264, 256-263 (2006)