Frequency multi-mode lens for atoms and molecules: Application to nanofabrication View Full Text


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DATE

2009-09

AUTHORS

D. A. Ivanov, T. Yu. Ivanova

ABSTRACT

We present a frequency multi-mode lens with corrected spherical aberration suitable for focusing of both atoms and molecules. The lens is formed by superposing of several harmonics of standing light waves in such a way that to create harmonic potential for all particles crossing the light field. The application to nanolithography is discussed emphasizing the possibility to improve the contrast of deposited structures. More... »

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75-79

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/s0021364009130153

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