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- Dmitry Budker, University of California, Berkeley
- Derek F. Jackson Kimball, California State University, East Bay
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Featuring chapters written by leading experts in magnetometry, this book provides comprehensive coverage of the principles, technology and diverse applications of optical magnetometry, from testing fundamental laws of nature to detecting biomagnetic fields and medical diagnostics. Readers will find a wealth of technical information, from antirelaxation-coating techniques, microfabrication and magnetic shielding to geomagnetic-field measurements, space magnetometry, detection of biomagnetic fields, detection of NMR and MRI signals and rotation sensing. The book includes an original survey of the history of optical magnetometry and a chapter on the commercial use of these technologies. The book is supported by extensive online material, containing historical overviews, derivations, sideline discussion, additional plots and tables, available at www.cambridge.org/9781107010352. As well as introducing graduate students to this field, the book is also a useful reference for researchers in atomic physics.Read more
- An up-to-date review of the field for researchers developing or using optical magnetometers
- Extensive online materials, complementing the main text, provide readers with more in-depth information
- An invaluable resource and reference on all types of optical magnetometers and applications
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- Date Published: February 2013
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- isbn: 9781107302396
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Table of Contents
Part I. Principles and Techniques:
1. General principles and characteristics of optical magnetometers D. F. Jackson Kimball, E. B. Alexandrov and D. Budker
2. Quantum noise in atomic magnetometers M. V. Romalis
3. Quantum noise, squeezing, and entanglement in radio-frequency optical magnetometers K. Jensen and E. S. Polzik
4. Mx and Mz magnetometers E. B. Alexandrov and A. K. Vershovskii
5. Spin-exchange-relaxation-free (serf) magnetometers I. Savukov and S. J. Seltzer
6. Optical magnetometry with modulated light D. F. Jackson Kimball, S. Pustelny, V. V. Yashchuk and D. Budker
7. Microfabricated atomic magnetometers S. Knappe and J. Kitching
8. Optical magnetometry with nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond V. M. Acosta, D. Budker, P. R. Hemmer, J. R. Maze and R. L. Walsworth
9. Magnetometry with cold atoms W. Gawlik and J. M. Higbie
10. Helium magnetometers R. E. Slocum, D. D. McGregor and A. W. Brown
11. Surface coatings for atomic magnetometry S. J. Seltzer, M.-A. Bouchiat and M. V. Balabas
12. Magnetic shielding V. V. Yashchuk, S.-K. Lee and E. Paperno
Part II. Applications:
13. Remote detection magnetometry S. M. Rochester, J. M. Higbie, B. Patton, D. Budker, R. Holzlöhner and D. Bonaccini Calia
14. Detection of nuclear magnetic resonance with atomic magnetometers M. P. Ledbetter, I. Savukov, S. J. Seltzer and D. Budker
15. Space magnetometry B. Patton, A. W. Brown, R. E. Slocum and E. J. Smith
16. Detection of biomagnetic fields A. Ben-Amar Baranga, T. G. Walker and R. T. Wakai
17. Geophysical applications M. D. Prouty, R. Johnson, I. Hrvoic and A. K. Vershovskii
Part III. Broader Impact:
18. Tests of fundamental physics with optical magnetometers D. F. Jackson Kimball, S. K. Lamoreaux and T. E. Chupp
19. Nuclear magnetic resonance gyroscopes E. A. Donley and J. Kitching
20. Commercial magnetometers and their application D. C. Hovde, M. D. Prouty, I. Hrvoic and R. E. Slocum
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