Nonlinear Nonstationary Schrödinger Equation for the Problem of a Bose–Einstein Condensate of Dilute Gases Interacting with an Electromagnetic Field

Trifonov, E. D.
June 2004
Theoretical & Mathematical Physics;Jun2004, Vol. 139 Issue 3, p823
Academic Journal
We derive the Schrödinger equation describing the coupling of the Bose–Einstein condensate of an ideal gas to an electromagnetic field. Its solutions allow finding the evolution of the radiation intensity and of populations of coherent atomic states with different values of the recoil momenta and can be used to describe a number of effects including light scattering and amplification, amplification of an atom beam (atom laser), and induced transparency.


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