A Qualitative Perstective on Idempotency Defect of Two Level System Interacting with Laser and Quantized Field


Entanglement due to the interaction of a two level atom with a laser and quantized field is investigated. The role of the nonlinearity due to these interactions is discussed. It is found that the nonlinearity changes strongly the behavior of the entanglement also the detuning parameters have important role in the structure of the measure of entanglement.

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S. Abdel-Khalek, M. Ahmed, W. Razek and A. Obada, "A Qualitative Perstective on Idempotency Defect of Two Level System Interacting with Laser and Quantized Field," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 1 No. 1, 2010, pp. 40-46. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2010.11006.

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