### Abstract

Canonical definitions for the vector and the tensor transition polarizabilities, β and γ, respectively, for the transition between the 6S_{1/2} and the 5D_{3/2} states of atomic cesium are introduced. Following the definitions, we calculate the polarizabilities to find β = -57 and γ = 362 in atomic units. These numbers are comparable to the scalar and the vector transition polarizabilities between the 6S_{1/2} and the 7S_{1/2} states of cesium, which implies the possibility of using the 6S_{1/2} - 5D_{3/2} transition for parity nonconservation measurements on trapped cesium atoms.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 300-304 |

Number of pages | 5 |

Journal | Journal of the Korean Physical Society |

Volume | 29 |

Issue number | 3 |

Publication status | Published - 1996 Dec 1 |

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**Vector and tensor transition polarizabilities between the 6S _{1/2} and 5D_{3/2} states of the cesium atom.** / Cho, Donghyun.

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N2 - Canonical definitions for the vector and the tensor transition polarizabilities, β and γ, respectively, for the transition between the 6S1/2 and the 5D3/2 states of atomic cesium are introduced. Following the definitions, we calculate the polarizabilities to find β = -57 and γ = 362 in atomic units. These numbers are comparable to the scalar and the vector transition polarizabilities between the 6S1/2 and the 7S1/2 states of cesium, which implies the possibility of using the 6S1/2 - 5D3/2 transition for parity nonconservation measurements on trapped cesium atoms.

AB - Canonical definitions for the vector and the tensor transition polarizabilities, β and γ, respectively, for the transition between the 6S1/2 and the 5D3/2 states of atomic cesium are introduced. Following the definitions, we calculate the polarizabilities to find β = -57 and γ = 362 in atomic units. These numbers are comparable to the scalar and the vector transition polarizabilities between the 6S1/2 and the 7S1/2 states of cesium, which implies the possibility of using the 6S1/2 - 5D3/2 transition for parity nonconservation measurements on trapped cesium atoms.

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