Diffraction grating characterisation for cold-atom experiments



The premise of the associated paper focusses around the characterisation of micro-fabricated diffraction gratings with an aim towards implementation as a compact source for cold atoms. This characterisation entails an in-depth study of the effect of periodicity, duty cycle and coatings as a function of the diffraction efficiency. Furthermore, the paper offers a brief description of experimental critical parameters of implementation such as the tilt angle and incident wavelength.

The Dataset comprises 5 Excel files, with the data used to create figures 3,4,5 and 6.
Date made available5 May 2016
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde

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Arnold, A. (Creator), McGilligan, J. P. (Creator). (5 May 2016): Diffraction grating characterisation for cold-atom experiments, University of Strathclyde. Figure_3_4_Grating_efficiency_2(.xlsx), Figure_3_4_Grating_efficiency_(.xlsx), Figure_6_wavelength(.xlsx), Figure_6_critical_angle_gratings(.xlsx), Figure_5_heating(.xlsx). 10.15129/9da656b2-32e8-4396-a683-deda1d63d291