Cavity QED is the study of quantum effects on small cavities, manifested in variations in the lifetimes of unstable energy levels

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Change in Q factor on tuning external magnetic field in Electron spin resonance experiment

Does the Q factor of the cavity resonator show a dip at the resonant value of the external magnetic field while performing an ESR experiment?If so, what is the physical reason behind it?
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Simulating TE011 mode in cylindrical cavity, Comsol [closed]

I have been trying to simulate TE011 mode in a cylindrical cavity by modifying the example given in Comsol ...
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Role of Cavity Resonators in continuous wavelength-electron paramagnetic resonance(CW-EPR)

Why is it necessary to place the sample in a cavity resonator for obtaining EPR spectrum in CW-EPR? What role does a cavity resonator play in a CW-EPR spectrometer?
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QED+Classical Background Renormalization

I would like to ask a question related to quantum corrections and renormalization in QED. We have the QED vertex $\overline{\psi}[-ie \gamma^{\mu}(B_{\mu}+A_{\mu})]\psi,$ being $B_{\mu}$ a classical ...
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How does the electric field operator change inside an optical cavity

In the free field, transverse electric field operator is given by the below expression; $$d^{\bot}(R)=i \sum_{p,\lambda}\Big( \frac{\hbar cq}{2V\epsilon_{0}}\Big)^{1/2} ...
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Why is the limit to observe quantum phenomena $k_B T < \hbar \omega_0$ in cavity QED?

In cavity QED you have to cool down the appartus so that quantum effects may be observed in a way that $k_B T << \hbar \omega_0$. I suppose that $\omega_0$ here means the frequency which the ...
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Collapse and revival in the Jaynes Cummings model

I'm having some trouble understanding the exact details of the collapse and revival in the Jaynes Cummings model. What I understand is this: We assume our two level atom to initially be in the ...
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What are the “strong”, “ultrastrong” and “deep strong” coupling regimes of the Rabi model?

The Rabi model describes a two-level system interacting via a linear coupling with a quantized harmonic oscillator, and it is described by the hamiltonian $$ H_{\rm{Rabi}}=\hbar\omega\, a^\dagger a ...
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Why is the frequency bandwidth of the environment important for Markovianity?

In the derivation of Spontaneous Emission in two level systems in Quantum Optics (be it Wigner Weisskopf or a different approach, such as density operators to find the master equation), one makes ...
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Partition Function for the Jaynes-Cummings Hamiltonian

I was wondering if anyone here has calculated before the partition function for the Jaynes-Cummings Hamiltonian: $H_{JC}=\omega_0 (a^\dagger a + \sigma^+ \sigma^-)+g (a \sigma^+ +a^\dagger \sigma^-)$ ...
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Introducing time-dependent drive into the Hamiltonian of quantised electric circuits

Suppose I have the schematic of a superconducting electric circuit composed of (quasi) lossless linear inductances and capacitances and some non-linear inductances, eg. Josephson junctions. The ...
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Commutation of field and atomic ladder operators in the Dicke model

Consider the Dicke model, whose Hamiltonian is (in the rotating wave approximation) \begin{equation} \hat H=\omega_c \hat a^\dagger \hat a+\omega_0 \hat \sigma_z + g(\hat a^\dagger \hat \sigma + \hat ...
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spread of fock state distribution and infinite revival time of rabi oscillation in spontaneous emission

In cavity QED for a 2-level atom, the revival time for oscillation b/w the states $\left|\ e\ 0\right\rangle$ and $\left|\ g\ 1\right\rangle$ (absorbing the same photon that is emitted) is said to be ...
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strange modulation of radiactive decay rates with solar activity

Recently i found out this uber strange article about nuclear decay rates being somehow showing seasonal variations with a high correlation with sun activity. Two very precise questions: 1) has this ...
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How is a qubit realized in a cavity?

Considering a single photon in a cavity, how is a qubit realized in this setup? How is the qubit $|0\rangle$ or $|1\rangle$ manipulated? I.e. how are the transitions $|0\rangle \to |1\rangle$ and ...
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Does the Casimir effect allow to change the lifetime of a radiating atom?

Is it true that a spontaneously light-emitting atom changes its lifetime if it is put between two parallel plates that are so near that they attract each other through the Casimir effect? Thus: does ...