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Room temperature single photon emission from oxidized tungsten disulphide multilayers

@article{Tran2016RoomTS,
  title={Room temperature single photon emission from oxidized tungsten disulphide multilayers},
  author={Toan Trong Tran and Sumin Choi and John A. Scott and Zai‐Quan Xu and Changxi Zheng and Gediminas Seniutinas and Avi Bendavid and Michael S. Fuhrer and Milos Toth and Igor Aharonovich},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2016}
}
Two dimensional systems offer a unique platform to study light matter interaction at the nanoscale. In this work we report on robust quantum emitters fabricated by thermal oxidation of tungsten disulphide multilayers. The emitters show robust, optically stable, linearly polarized luminescence at room temperature, can be modeled using a three level system, and exhibit moderate bunching. Overall, our results provide important insights into understanding of defect formation and quantum emitter… 
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