Electric-field sensing using single diamond spins

  title={Electric-field sensing using single diamond spins},
  author={Florian Dolde and Helmut Fedder and Marcus William Doherty and Tobias N{\"o}bauer and Florian Rempp and Gopalakrishnan Balasubramanian and Tamar Wolf and F Reinhard and Lloyd C L Hollenberg and Fedor Jelezko and J. Wrachtrup},
The ability to sensitively detect individual charges under ambient conditions would benefit a wide range of applications across disciplines. However, most current techniques are limited to low-temperature methods such as single-electron transistors1,2, single-electron electrostatic force microscopy3 and scanning tunnelling microscopy4. Here we introduce a quantum-metrology technique demonstrating precision three-dimensional electric-field measurement using a single nitrogen-vacancy defect… CONTINUE READING


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