Two-photon correlation of radiation emitted by two excited atoms: Detailed analysis of a dicke problem
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A radiative interaction in a collective two-atom system forms subradiant and superradiant states when the distance between neighboring atoms is less than half a wavelength of resonant radiation. We calculate the G (2) function depending on the atomic separation and detection angle and show that it oscillates with a time delay between two successively emitted photons. These oscillations are the signature of coherent effects due to the periodic emission and absorption of photons by each atom. © 2007 MAIK "Nauka/ Interperiodica".
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Raymond Ooi, C. H., Rostovtsev, Y., & Scully, M. O.