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A ship-in-a-bottle quantum gas microscope setup for magnetic mixtures
by Maximilian Sohmen, Manfred J. Mark, Markus Greiner, Francesca Ferlaino
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|Authors (as registered SciPost users):||Maximilian Sohmen|
|Preprint Link:||scipost_202306_00014v2 (pdf)|
|Date submitted:||2023-08-25 13:42|
|Submitted by:||Sohmen, Maximilian|
|Submitted to:||SciPost Physics|
Quantum gas microscopes are versatile and powerful tools for fundamental science as well as promising candidates for enticing applications such as in quantum simulation or quantum computation. Here we present a quantum gas microscopy setup for experiments with highly magnetic atoms of the lanthanoid elements erbium and dysprosium. Our setup features a non-magnetic, non-conducting, large-working-distance, high-numerical-aperture, in-vacuum microscope objective, mounted inside a glue-free quartz glass cell. The quartz glass cell is enclosed by a compact multi-shell ferromagnetic shield that passively suppresses external magnetic field noise by a factor of more than a thousand. Our setup will enable direct manipulation and probing of the rich quantum many-body physics of dipolar atoms in optical lattices, and bears the potential to put exciting theory proposals - including exotic magnetic phases and quantum phase transitions - to an experimental test.
Published as SciPost Phys. 15, 182 (2023)
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With gratitude and pleasure we submit the revised version of our manuscript.
We are much indebted to You all for the careful judgement and the fair and constructive feedback on our work. This has been a great help in improving several aspects the paper. We hope we succeeded in acknowledging all points duly.
If there are further points that deserve discussion, we are of course always available and ready to be contacted anytime.
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