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VOLUME 17 | ISSUE 4 | PAGE 150
Acceleration of Atoms by a Stationary Field
This paper deals with a special resonant-field configuration in which the atom is acted upon by a spatially constant field. The excited atom can be accelerated in this case to an energy of 1 keV. This effect can be used for spatial separation of excited and non-excited atoms in an atomic beam.




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