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Pfeiffer Germany , Y. Qiu China , I. Sauers USA , M. Schmidt Germany , H. Schramm Germany , L.
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Yanabu Japan , Y. Wang USA , and J. Wetzer The Netherlands.
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Vassiliou, C. The book contains a broad and in depth review by leading world experts of the progress and the problems of current interest in gaseous dielectrics and their use, especially as insulators in high-voltage equipment and substations. Recent advances in superconductivity for power transmission and in plasma technology are also included. The fundamental, applied and industrial research described in the book allows the electric power industry to transmit and distribute electrical energy in more efficient, safe and environmentally acceptable ways.
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Link Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Photons are particularly suited to this task because they do not strongly interact with materials or with one another, which enables them to travel over long distances. However, this lack of interaction also limits how photons can be used and the type of physical phenomena that occur with light. Producing and controlling interactions between photons could enable exotic behaviors, such as those associated with charged particles.
Here, we address this challenge by identifying a method to generate highly tunable, long-range interactions between photons and show how the photonic equivalent of a molecule can be created. We propose using newly demonstrated systems of cold atoms trapped near nanoscale devices called photonic crystals. The presence of a photonic crystal changes the nearby environment of the atoms in a way that modifies the interactions between the atoms. In particular, the range and spatial shape of the interactions can be adjusted.
Photons traveling through the atomic gas then interact with one another as a result of these atom-atom interactions, and the way each photon propagates depends strongly on the presence of other photons in the system and their positions. A first step toward achieving full control of interactions in many-photon states would be to observe the molecular states of photons that we predict can arise from these photon-photon interactions.
Two-photon excitation of atom 1 to Rydberg level R shifts the R level in other surrounding atoms by an amount much larger than the two-photon transition width, making the transition effectively two level for a second photon entering the system. For photonic crystals that support multiple modes, e.
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