How to make doppler laser cooling? Answered
I've heard of a form of cooling done by lasers known as "doppler cooling" because it is based on the Doppler effect. I think this is neat and would like to try to make a laser cooling device. I can't seem to figure out how though. I did some google research and all I get is cooling options for lasers rather than cooling options from lasers. What wavelength would you need to do this? Is there a particular way to do this rather than just shining a laser continuously at an object needing cooling. Would this work through a translucent object? I appreciate any help or guidance you could offer.