An ion trap-based Quantum system has been one of the leading architectures toward building a scalable and practical quantum computer. The trapped ion system also has been used for precision experiments such as quantum sensing, metrology, and atomic clock. For the ion-trap experiment, searching resonant frequencies of atomic isotopes are essential for selectively ionization and trapping a specific isotope. In this work, we set up an Yb fluorescence spectroscopy for detecting 399 nm photons of 1S0 → 1P1 transition of the Yb gas from a heated oven. We observed the relative frequency differences between the Yb isotopes and calibrated an optical wavemeter comparing with previous literatures. In addition, we obtain characteristic properties of the atomic oven such as gas’ velocity and density distribution at different oven temperatures. Our experiment can offer a relatively simple and cost-efficient apparatus of spectroscopy and can be useful for designing trap devices in the trapped-ion experiment.
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We acknowledge financial support from Samsung Science and Technology foundation - SRFC-IT1901-09 and the National Research Foundation of Korea - 2019R1A4A1029052 , 2021M3E4A1038534 and NRF-2021R1A2C2095527 .
We acknowledge financial support from Samsung Science and Technology foundation-SRFC-IT1901-09 and the National Research Foundation of Korea-2019R1A4A1029052, 2021M3E4A1038534 and NRF-2021R1A2C2095527.
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