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Coherence of a charge stabilised tin-vacancy spin in diamond

@inproceedings{Gorlitz2021CoherenceOA,
  title={Coherence of a charge stabilised tin-vacancy spin in diamond},
  author={Johannes Gorlitz and Dennis Herrmann and Philipp Fuchs and Takayuki Iwasaki and Takashi Taniguchi and Detlef Rogalla and David Hardeman and Pierre-Olivier Colard and Matthew L. Markham and Mutsuko Hatano and Christoph Becher},
  year={2021}
}
Quantum information processing (QIP) with solid state spin qubits strongly depends on the efficient initialisation of the qubit’s desired charge state. While the negatively charged tin-vacancy (SnV−) centre in diamond has emerged as an excellent platform for realising QIP protocols due to long spin coherence times at liquid helium temperature and lifetime limited optical transitions, its usefulness is severely limited by termination of the fluorescence under resonant excitation[1, 2, 3]. Here… 

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