Optical Atomic Clocks—from Dream to Reality
Recent developments in atomic physics and laser technology, especially techniques for
laser cooling and the manipulation of atoms, have enabled the realization of so-called
Cesium fountain atomic clocks with relative accuracy approaching 4 x 10-16.
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