Spin-polarized Hydrogen in a High Field Trap: Towards a Two-Component Bose Gas

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Abstract

We have loaded spin-polarized hydrogen (SPH) into a magnetostatic Ioffe trap with central fields as high as 1 T and at two different temperatures, 0.25 and 0.4 K, on the way to create a gas of SPH with two distinguishable Bose component. We have measured the magnetic dipole decay rate constant of SPH at these high fields and found good agreement with theory. A measurement technique that allows determination of the absolute number of atoms was developed.

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