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INTERACTIONS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION WITH BOSE–EINSTEIN CONDENSATES: MANIPULATING ULTRA–COLD ATOMS WITH LIGHT

    A review of models describing the interactions of ultra-cold atoms and laser light is given. Both semi-classical and fully quantum models are presented with particular attention given to the introduction of local field effects. Some possible effects of self-localization and guiding, consequences of such interactions, are discussed.

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    Published: 16 January 2013
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