Characterization of the hyperfine interaction of the excited 5 D 0 state of Eu 3+ :Y 2 SiO 5

@article{Cruzeiro2018CharacterizationOT,
  title={Characterization of the hyperfine interaction of the excited 5 D 0 state of Eu 3+ :Y 2 SiO 5},
  author={E. Z. Cruzeiro and J. Etesse and A. Tiranov and Pierre-Antoine Bourdel and F. Frowis and P. Goldner and N. Gisin and M. Afzelius},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2018},
  volume={97},
  pages={094416}
}
We characterize the europium (Eu3+) hyperfine interaction of the excited state (5D0) and determine its effective spin Hamiltonian parameters for the Zeeman and quadrupole tensors. An optical free induction decay method is used to measure all hyperfine splittings under a weak external magnetic field (up to 10 mT) for various field orientations. On the basis of the determined Hamiltonian, we discuss the possibility to predict optical transition probabilities between hyperfine levels for the 7F0… Expand

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