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Fast and high-yield fabrication of axially symmetric ion-trap needle electrodes via two step electrochemical etching

@inproceedings{Kotibhaskar2022FastAH,
  title={Fast and high-yield fabrication of axially symmetric ion-trap needle electrodes via two step electrochemical etching},
  author={Nikhil Kotibhaskar and Noah Greenberg and Sainath Motlakunta and C. Y. Shih and Rajibul Islam},
  year={2022}
}
Despite the progress in building sophisticated microfabricated ion traps, Paul traps employing needle electrodes retain their significance due to the simplicity of fabrication while producing high-quality systems suitable for quantum information processing, atomic clocks etc. For low noise operations such as minimizing ‘excess micromotion’, needles should be geometrically straight and aligned precisely with respect to each other. Self-terminated electrochemical etching, previously employed for… 

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