Imaging crystal stress in diamond using ensembles of nitrogen-vacancy centers

  title={Imaging crystal stress in diamond using ensembles of nitrogen-vacancy centers},
  author={P. Kehayias and M. Turner and R. Trubko and J. Schloss and C. Hart and M. Wesson and D. Glenn and R. Walsworth},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  • P. Kehayias, M. Turner, +5 authors R. Walsworth
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Optics
  • We present a micrometer-resolution millimeter-field-of-view stress imaging method for diamonds containing a thin surface layer of nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers. In this method, we reconstruct stress tensor elements over a two-dimensional field of view from NV optically-detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) spectra. We use this technique to study how stress inhomogeneity affects NV magnetometry performance, and show how NV stress imaging is a useful and direct way to assess these effects. This new… CONTINUE READING
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