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On the robustness of the NV-NMR spectrometer setup to magnetic field inhomogeneities.

@article{Vaknin2020OnTR,
  title={On the robustness of the NV-NMR spectrometer setup to magnetic field inhomogeneities.},
  author={Yotam Vaknin and Benedikt Tratzmiller and Tuvia Gefen and Ilai Schwartz and Martin B. Plenio and Alex Retzker},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2020}
}
  • Yotam Vaknin, Benedikt Tratzmiller, +3 authors Alex Retzker
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
  • The NV-NMR spectrometer is a promising candidate for detection of NMR signals at the nano scale. Field inhomogeneities, however, are a major source of noise that limits spectral resolution in state of the art NV - NMR experiments and constitutes a major bottleneck in the development of nano scale NMR. Here we propose, a route in which this limitation could be circumvented in NV-NMR spectrometer experiments, by utilising the nanometric scale and the quantumness of the detector. 

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