Bombers in Service: Patrol and Aircraft Since 1960 by Kenneth Munson

By Kenneth Munson

HARDBACK booklet approximately WW 2 BOMBERS.

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For such optically pumped, hyperpolarized atomic gases, the signal per nucleus is about 100,000 times larger than the signal per nucleus in normal MRi. this more than makes up for the smaller density of the nuclei in these gases compared with the density in human tissue. 1 percent. Using a single electron held in a magnetic trap, this tiny modiication has been measured to astonishing accuracy: 10 decimal places. equally astonishing, the theory of these radiative corrections has been used to calculate the effect to the same precision.

The state-of-the-art accuracy of atomic clocks, which is approaching one second in 60 million years, involves the use of a small number of neutral atoms or a single ion in electric traps. Such accuracies are not merely academic—as indicated above, they are necessary for increasing the precision of navigation, from applications in space exploration to advanced architectures in GPS. to attain such accuracy, the atoms in atomic clocks must be isolated from their environment, including from other nearby atoms.

In such a gas, all of a macroscopic fraction of the particles can simultaneously occupy the lowestenergy “wave” in the box in which the atoms are kept. Ultracold gases offer the intriguing possibility of building completely controllable models for matter. they can be conined in a variety of geometries, including situations that are effectively one- or two-dimensional rather than threedimensional. it is also possible to conine them in ways that mimic the periodic structure in solid crystals. these uses of ultracold atoms as quantum simulators are among the most exciting recent developments in AMo science.

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