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Conceptual Design of a Micron-Scale Atomic Clock

@article{Hannah2007ConceptualDO,
  title={Conceptual Design of a Micron-Scale Atomic Clock},
  author={E. Hannah and Michael A. Brown},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2007}
}
A theoretical proposal for reducing an entire atomic clock to micron dimensions. A phosphorus or nitrogen atom is introduced into a fullerene cage. This endohedral fullerene is then coated with an insulating shell and a number of them are deposited as a thin layer on a silicon chip. Next to this layer a GMR sensor is fabricated which is close to the endohedral fullerenes. This GMR sensor measures oscillating magnetic fields on the order of micro-gauss from the nuclear spins varying at the… Expand
Spin Resonance Clock Transition of the Endohedral Fullerene ^{15}N@C_{60}.
The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 1 5 N

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