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A Guide to Experiments in Quantum Optics. 3rd Edition

  • ID: 4469839
  • Book
  • August 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 606 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In the third, fully revised and expanded edition of this well established textbook, the authors present new concepts, results, techniques, and the latest experiments in the field of quantum optics. They begin with the basic building blocks and concepts, before moving on to detailed procedures, and novel techniques. The focus is on metrology, communications, and quantum logic, with a special emphasis on single photon technology as well as hybrid detection. A new feature to this edition are the end–of–chapter summaries and full problems sets throughout.
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Foreword

(1)Introduction

(2)Classical models of light

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(3)Photons

End of chapter summary and problem sets

(4)Quantum models of light

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(5)Basic optical components

End of chapter summary and problem sets

(6) Lasers and amplifiers

End of chapter summary and problem sets

(7)Photodetection techniques

End of chapter summary and problem sets

(8)Quantum noise

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(9)Squeezing experiments

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(10)Application of squeezed light

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(11)QND

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(12)Fundamental tests of q mechanics

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(13)Quantum information

End of chapter summary and problem sets.

(14)Summary and outlook

Appendices

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Hans–A. Bachor
Timothy C. Ralph
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