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Cold and hot atomic vapors: a testbed for astrophysics?

Abstract : Atomic physics experiments, based on hot vapors or laser-cooled atomic samples, may be useful to simulate some astrophysical problems, where radiation pressure, radiative transport or light amplification are involved. We discuss several experiments and proposals, dealing with multiple-scattering of light in hot and cold atomic vapors, random lasing in cold atoms and light-induced long-range forces, which may be relevant in this context.
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Quentin Baudouin, William Guerin, Robin Kaiser. Cold and hot atomic vapors: a testbed for astrophysics?. Annual Review of Cold Atoms and Molecules, Volume 2, World Scientific, pp.251, 2014. ⟨hal-00968233⟩

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