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Classical and quantum trampoline for ultra-cold atoms, in Quantum phenomena in gravitational field

Abstract : The subjects presented here are very different. Their common feature is that they all involve quantum phenomena in a gravitational field: gravitational quantum states of ultracold antihydrogen above a material surface and measuring a gravitational interaction of antihydrogen in AEGIS, a quantum trampoline for ultracold atoms, and a hypothesis on naturally occurring gravitational quantum states, an Eötvös-type experiment with cold neutrons and others. Considering them together, however, we could learn that they have many common points both in physics and in methodology.
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Thomas Bourdel, Martin Robert-De-Saint-Vincent, Jean-Philippe Brantut, Christian J. Bordé, Alain Aspect, et al.. Classical and quantum trampoline for ultra-cold atoms, in Quantum phenomena in gravitational field. Comptes Rendus. Physique, Académie des sciences (Paris), 2011, 12, pp.779. ⟨hal-00814616⟩

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