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Dispersive coupling between light and a rare-earth-ion–doped mechanical resonator

Klaus Mølmer; Yann Le Coq; Signe Seidelin


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;By spectrally hole burning an inhomogeneously broadened ensemble of ions while applying a controlled&lt;br&gt;
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rare-earth-ion dopants whose frequencies are sensitive to crystal strain due to the bending motion of a crystal&lt;br&gt;
cantilever. A quantitative analysis shows that good optical sensitivity to the bending motion is obtained if a&lt;br&gt;
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