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  • Author(s): J. Karthein, S. M. Udrescu, S. B. Moroch, I. Belosevic, K. Blaum, A. Borschevsky, Y. Chamorro, D. DeMille, J. Dilling, R. F. Garcia Ruiz, N. R. Hutzler, L. F. Pašteka, and R. Ringle We present a novel technique to probe electroweak nuclear properties by measuring parity violation (PV) in single molecular ions in a Penning trap. The trap’s strong magnetic field Zeeman shifts opposite-parity rotational and hyperfine molecular states into...
  • Author(s): Yuan-Fei Wei, Si-Jia Chao, Kai-Feng Cui, Cheng-Bin Li, Shi-Cheng Yu, Han Zhang, Hua-Lin Shu, Jian Cao, and Xue-Ren Huang We present a novel approach for measuring the differential static scalar polarizability of a target ion utilizing a “polarizability scale” scheme with a reference ion co-trapped in a linear Paul trap. The differential static scalar polarizability of the target ion can be precisely extracted by measu… [Phys. Rev...
  • Author(s): R. Aiswarya, Rasheed Shaik, Jobin Jose, Hari R. Varma, and Himadri S. Chakraborty Plane-wave electrons undergo momentum transfer as they scatter off a target in overlapping spherical waves. The transferred momentum leads to target structural information to be encoded in angle and energy differential scattering. For symmetric, periodic, or structured targets this can engender diff… [Phys. Rev. Lett. 133, 033002] Published Thu Jul...
  • Author(s): Ye-Hong Chen, Zhi-Cheng Shi, Franco Nori, and Yan Xia Cat-state qubits formed by photonic cat states have a biased noise channel, i.e., one type of error dominates over all the others. We demonstrate that such biased-noise qubits are also promising for error-tolerant simulations of the quantum Rabi model (and its varieties) by coupling a cat-state qubi… [Phys. Rev. Lett. 133, 033603] Published Thu Jul 18, 2024
  • Author(s): Carlos F. D. Faurby, Lorenzo Carosini, Huan Cao, Patrik I. Sund, Lena M. Hansen, Francesco Giorgino, Andrew B. Villadsen, Stefan N. van den Hoven, Peter Lodahl, Stefano Paesani, Juan C. Loredo, and Philip Walther Indistinguishability between photons is a key requirement for scalable photonic quantum technologies. We experimentally demonstrate that partly distinguishable single photons can be purified to reach near-unity indistinguishability...
  • Author(s): Lennart Pelzer, Kai Dietze, Víctor José Martínez-Lahuerta, Ludwig Krinner, Johannes Kramer, Fabian Dawel, Nicolas C. H. Spethmann, Klemens Hammerer, and Piet O. Schmidt We present the experimental realization of a continuous dynamical decoupling scheme which suppresses leading frequency shifts in a multi-ion frequency reference based on $^{40}{\mathrm{Ca}}^{+}$. By near-resonant magnetic coupling of the ${^{2}\mathrm{S}}_{1/2}$ and...
  • Author(s): Nathan K. Lysne, Justin F. Niedermeyer, Andrew C. Wilson, Daniel H. Slichter, and Dietrich Leibfried Excess “micromotion” of trapped ions due to the residual radio-frequency (rf) trapping field at their location is often undesirable and is usually carefully minimized. Here, we induce precise amounts of excess micromotion on individual ions by adjusting the local static electric field they experienc… [Phys. Rev. Lett. 133, 033201...