Compared with ultracold atoms, ultracold molecules possess richer internal structure that lend themselves useful for a variety of applications, such as ultracold chemistry, precision measurements, quantum simulation, and quantum computation and so on. A key ingredient in many of above proposed applications is the realization of such a single molecule array, where not only the quantum internal and external degrees of freedom of the individual molecules, but also the molecular interaction, and the numbers and species of molecules can be all controlled over. The relative research has been becoming an important frontier and hot topic in the worldwide . To realize single molecule arrays, one can assemble molecules one by one from their constituent atoms individually trapped in the optical tweezers . In this presentation, we will present the our recently experimental advances [3,4,5,6] towards assembly of single 87Rb85Rb molecules arrays.
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