Trapping of Atoms Using Counter Propagating Matter Wave

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2022
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Manipulation of atoms is the center focus of modern science. In this research we have shown the trapping of an atom with two counter-propagating matter waves. The knowledge of Quantum Mechanics has been applied here. So far trapping has been done using laser, optics like Gaussian beam, Bessel beam and, acoustic. These all are classical physics based mechanics. Here we tried to bring something revolutionary by introducing matter wave for trapping which is absolutely new. So matter wave is the wave of a particle described by de Brogli. A particle has charge behavior, which is covered in classical physics; but, it also has a wave nature, which is covered in quantum physics. The driving force behind a particle's behavior is a matter wave. We have currently conducted simulation-based experiments. We attempted to trap a single particle using a matter wave. And we are pleased to get the approximate experimental value in comparison to the theoretical value. We hardly got any resources and opportunities to gain proper understanding. We tried to figure out the type of molecule and environment for better atom trapping. This article discusses how the trapping force varies upon the nodes and antinodes of the waves and provides a successful overview of the emerging field of matter-wave trapping force in terms of Quantum mechanical phenomena.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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