Magnetometry with nitrogen-vacancy defects in diamond.

@article{Rondin2014MagnetometryWN,
  title={Magnetometry with nitrogen-vacancy defects in diamond.},
  author={Loic Rondin and J. P. Tetienne and Thomas Hingant and J-F Roch and Patrick Maletinsky and Vincent L. R. Jacques},
  journal={Reports on progress in physics. Physical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={77 5},
  pages={
          056503
        }
}
The isolated electronic spin system of the nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centre in diamond offers unique possibilities to be employed as a nanoscale sensor for detection and imaging of weak magnetic fields. Magnetic imaging with nanometric resolution and field detection capabilities in the nanotesla range are enabled by the atomic-size and exceptionally long spin-coherence times of this naturally occurring defect. The exciting perspectives that ensue from these characteristics have triggered vivid… CONTINUE READING
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