Introduction of spin centers in single crystals of Ba2CaWO6−δ

@article{Sinha2019IntroductionOS,
  title={Introduction of spin centers in single crystals of 
Ba2CaWO6−$\delta$},
  author={Mekhola Sinha and Tyler J. Pearson and T Reeder and Hector K. Vivanco and Danna E. Freedman and W. Adam Phelan and Tyrel M. McQueen},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2019}
}
Developing the field of quantum information science (QIS) hinges upon designing viable qubits, the smallest unit in quantum computing. One approach to creating qubits is introducing paramagnetic defects into semiconductors or insulators. This class of qubits has seen success in the form of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond, divacancy defects in SiC, and P doped into Si. These materials feature paramagnetic defects in a low nuclear spin environment to reduce the impact of nuclear spin on… Expand
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