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Cooling and Trapping of Fröhlich Polaron and Observation of Plasma Formation in Magnetic Field

Due to their physical properties and potential importance to the understanding of the electron mobility in a wide variety of materials, polarons are currently the subject of intensive research. Using one of the world most powerfull trapping entity, we investigated the influence of surrounding environment on the dynamic of Fröhlich polaron with the help of semiclassical approach under rotating wave approximation (RWA), in the consideration that we deal with a two-level-system (TLS). Both the frequency of the trap and the bandgap value between energy levels of the system particles dictate the resulting phenomenon. Trapping of Fröhlich polarons with magnetic field conducts to complete population transfer from excited state to ground state with the possibility of the formation of Bose-Einstein Condensates (BEC) at bot low bandgap energy values and important value magnetic field frequency. Fundamentally different to polaritons, nomatter the breaking down of Pauli Exclusion Principle (BDPEP), the magnetic trapping of quasiparticles Fröhlich polarons conducts to plasma formation when both the bandgap value of energy levels and the magnetic field frequency are very important. Detailed analysis of the resulted phenomenon will open a new perspctives toward understanding the dynamic of cooled and trapped Fröhlich polarons.

Polarons, Magnetic Field, Trapping, Semiclassical Approach, Bose-Einstein Condensates, Plasma Formation

APA Style

Adamou, N., Clautaire, M. E., Aurelien, K. J., Christian, K. S., Jervé, F. A., et al. (2023). Cooling and Trapping of Fröhlich Polaron and Observation of Plasma Formation in Magnetic Field. American Journal of Optics and Photonics, 11(1), 10-19. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajop.20231101.12

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Adamou, N.; Clautaire, M. E.; Aurelien, K. J.; Christian, K. S.; Jervé, F. A., et al. Cooling and Trapping of Fröhlich Polaron and Observation of Plasma Formation in Magnetic Field. Am. J. Opt. Photonics 2023, 11(1), 10-19. doi: 10.11648/j.ajop.20231101.12

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Adamou N, Clautaire ME, Aurelien KJ, Christian KS, Jervé FA, et al. Cooling and Trapping of Fröhlich Polaron and Observation of Plasma Formation in Magnetic Field. Am J Opt Photonics. 2023;11(1):10-19. doi: 10.11648/j.ajop.20231101.12

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