Characterization of high-temperature performance of cesium vapor cells with anti-relaxation coating
- Author(s): Li, W
- Balabas, M
- Peng, X
- Pustelny, S
- Wickenbrock, A
- Guo, H
- Budker, D
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1063/1.4976017
© 2017 Author(s). Vapor cells with antirelaxation coating are widely used in modern atomic physics experiments due to the coating's ability to maintain the atoms' spin polarization during wall collisions. We characterize the performance of vapor cells with different coating materials by measuring longitudinal spin relaxation and vapor density at temperatures up to 95 °C. We infer that the spin-projection-noise-limited sensitivity for atomic magnetometers with such cells improves with temperature, which demonstrates the potential of antirelaxation coated cells in applications of future high-sensitivity magnetometers.
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