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By G. W. Series (auth.), Professor Dr. Herbert Walther, Dr. Karl Werner Rothe (eds.)

The Fourth foreign convention on Laser Spectroscopy (FICOLS) used to be held within the resort Oberfahrt in Rottach-Egern, Tegernsee, June 11-15, 1979. Rottach-Egern is a well known well-being inn positioned at the southern finish of Lake Tegernsee. As with the former laser spectroscopy meetings in Vail, Megeve, and Jackson, the aim of FICOLS used to be to supply ~n casual environment the place a world team of scientists lively in laser spectroscopy may speak about present difficulties and advancements within the box. this system consisted essen­ tially of invited lectures with applicable time supplied for the most recent postdeadline effects. The convention used to be attended by way of 340 scientists representing 25 international locations: Austria, Australia, Brazil, Canada,- Peoples Re­ public of China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany (FRG), Germany (GDR), nice Britain, India, Italy, Japan, Nether­ lands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, U.S.k,, U.S.S.R., and Yugoslavia. regrettably 5 of our colleagues from Japan who deliberate to wait the assembly couldn't come because of an interruption of airline schedules, Their absence was once a unique loss to the convention. even if, their papers can be released in a single of the coming near near problems with the magazine utilized Physics. many people have contributed to creating the convention successful. in particular we wish to thank the contributors of the steerage committee for his or her recommendation in regards to the program.

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For a discussion of the techniques of radio astronomy applied to see the review by Councilman [14]. Table 1 of that paper lists the expected limitation on earth rotation measurements to arc. , again an error of between 10-9 and 10- 10 earth rate. In conclusion it appears that state of the art technology applied to the experiment of Eq. (12); could provide a new measurement of y. The frame dragging experiment [16] as implied by (13) would require a measurement of ~to a part in 1010. of earth rate.

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Marschall, Appl. Phys. Lett. 26, 237 (1975). Tien-Lac Hwang and S. E. Schwarz, Appl. Phys. Lett. ~. 99 (1977). E. R. Freeman, A. B. Pearson Bell Telephone Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ 07733, USA The development of tunable laser sources has led to a resurgence of interest in various effects caused by resonance-radiation pressure on atoms and ions. Our immediate interest in this subject was initiated by the independent proposals of LETOKHOV [l] and of ASHKIN [2] for using radiation pressure to construct optical traps for neutral atoms.

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