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DATE

1990

AUTHORS

P. Meystre

ABSTRACT

In cavity quantum electrodynamics (QED) [1], one alters the mode of the electromagnetic field in a resonator to obtain such novel effects as inhibited or enhanced irreversible spontaneous emission, reversible spontaneous emission, micromaser action, and “quantum collapse and revivals.” This new line of investigation has numerous ramifications. In particular it impacts the generation of nonclassical fields, the study of the quantum/classical correspondence, nonlinear dynamics, and quantum measurement theory. More... »

PAGES

26-36

Book

TITLE

Nonlinear Optics in Solids

ISBN

978-3-642-84208-5
978-3-642-84206-1

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