People: Hyungmok Son

Graduate Student
  1. H. Son Collisional Cooling and Magnetic Control of Reactions in Ultracold Spin-polarized NaLi+ Na Mixture. Harvard University, 2022.
  2. H. Son, J. Park, Y. Lu, A. Jamison, W. Ketterle, and Tijs Karman. Control of reactive collisions by quantum interference. Science, 375(6584), March 2022.
  3. H. Son, J. Park, W. Ketterle, A. Jamison, Collisional Cooling of Ultracold Atoms. Nature, 580(197), April 2020.
  4. T. Rvachov, H. Son, A. Sommer, J. Park, M. Zwierlein, W. Ketterle, A. Jamison, and S. Ebadi. Long-Lived Ultracold Molecules with Electric and Magnetic Dipole Moments. Phys. Rev. Lett. October 2017.
Wed March 9, 2022

Physicists steer chemical reactions by magnetic fields and quantum interference

Physicists in the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms (CUA) have developed a new approach to control the outcome of chemical reactions. This is traditionally done using temperature and chemical catalysts, or more recently with external fields (electric or magnetic fields, or laser beams). MIT CUA physicists have now added a new twist to this: They...
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