Characterization of optical and spin properties of single tin-vacancy centers in diamond nanopillars

@article{Rugar2019CharacterizationOO,
  title={Characterization of optical and spin properties of single tin-vacancy centers in diamond nanopillars},
  author={Alison E. Rugar and Constantin Dory and Shuo Sun and Jelena Vuvckovi'c},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2019}
}
Color centers in diamond have attracted much interest as candidates for optically active, solid-state quantum bits. Of particular interest are inversion-symmetric color centers based on group-IV impurities in diamond because they emit strongly into their zero-phonon lines and are insensitive to electric field noise to first order. Early studies of the negatively charged tin-vacancy (${\mathrm{SnV}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$) center in diamond have found the ${\mathrm{SnV}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ to be a… 

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