Co-magnetometry enables the elimination of systematic errors arising from the long-term drift in the magnetic field, and is essential for a precision measurement of spin precession frequency in experiments searching for electric dipole moment (EDM). 131Xe nuclear spin maser shows great promise as a co-magnetometer in a Xe EDM experiment, because the systematic error originating from the Xe-Rb interaction, which virtually limits the sensitivity in a case of a 3He co-magnetometer, will be cancelled out. The performance of a cell which contains both 129Xe and 131Xe was investigated. In the best cell among those fabricated this time, the signal-to-noise ratio in a free induction decay experiment turned out to be large enough for the operation as co-existing 129Xe-131Xe masers.
|Journal||Proceedings of Science|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||26th International Nuclear Physics Conference, INPC 2016 - Adelaide, Australia|
Duration: Sep 11 2016 → Sep 16 2016
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