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Eric R. I. Abraham
L. J. Semrod Presidential Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy

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Our research program concerns the coldest matter in the universe. We use a variety of lasers, in addition to static electric and magnetic fields, to produce gases of atoms and molecules at temperatures a fraction of a degree above absolute zero (from 1 Kelvin to 1 microKelvin). At these temperatures, the wave-like nature of atoms is enhances allowing studies and applications of the exotic, quantum-mechanical nature of matter.


Physics 2514: Introductory Physics for Scientists and Engineers I

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