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Fundamentals of the Theory of Cooperative Spontaneous Emission from Two Level Atom Trapped in Microcavity and Optical Mössbauer Effect
Vladislav Cheltsov

The fundamentals of the theory of cooperative spontaneous emission of resonance photons by a two level atom trapped and vibrating at frequency wv in a parabolic well within the damped single-mode one-dimensional microcavity are described in brief. The dynamics and emission spectrum have been shown to be a function of g, gv and G, where g is constant of interaction between the atom and the mode, gv is a dimensionless constant for interaction of atomic vibrations with the mode and G- the rate of escaping of photon out of the empty cavity. The optical Mossbauer effect has been discovered under GÆ0 and resonance condition wV =2 g,g.

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