Reconstructing wave packets by quantum-state holography. Averbukh, I. S.; Shapiro, M.; Leichtle, C.; and Schleich, W. P. Physical Review A, 59(3):2163–2173, March, 1999.
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We analyze and further develop our method of quantum-state holography for reconstructing quantum su- perposition states in molecules or atoms ?Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 1418 ?1998??. The technique is based on mixing the unknown object state with a known reference state generated in the same system by two delayed laser pulses, and detecting the total time- and frequency-integrated fluorescence as a function of the delay. The feasibility of the method is demonstrated by reconstructing various vibrational wave packets in sodium dimers. Both the cases of completely controlled and noisy relative phase between the laser pulses are considered. In the latter case, we use the technique of coherence observation by interference noise to recover the interference component of the fluorescence signal. Our results clearly demonstrate the robustness of quantum-state holog- raphy and the high quality of reconstruction even in the presence of the external noise. ?S1050-2947?99?06403-3?
@article{Averbukh1999,
	title = {Reconstructing wave packets by quantum-state holography},
	volume = {59},
	issn = {1050-2947},
	url = {https://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevA.59.2163},
	doi = {10.1103/PhysRevA.59.2163},
	abstract = {We analyze and further develop our method of quantum-state holography for reconstructing quantum su- perposition states in molecules or atoms ?Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 1418 ?1998??. The technique is based on mixing the unknown object state with a known reference state generated in the same system by two delayed laser pulses, and detecting the total time- and frequency-integrated fluorescence as a function of the delay. The feasibility of the method is demonstrated by reconstructing various vibrational wave packets in sodium dimers. Both the cases of completely controlled and noisy relative phase between the laser pulses are considered. In the latter case, we use the technique of coherence observation by interference noise to recover the interference component of the fluorescence signal. Our results clearly demonstrate the robustness of quantum-state holog- raphy and the high quality of reconstruction even in the presence of the external noise. ?S1050-2947?99?06403-3?},
	number = {3},
	journal = {Physical Review A},
	author = {Averbukh, I. Sh and Shapiro, M. and Leichtle, C. and Schleich, W. P.},
	month = mar,
	year = {1999},
	keywords = {\#nosource},
	pages = {2163--2173}
}
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