Room-temperature spontaneous superradiance from single diamond nanocrystals


Superradiance (SR) is a cooperative phenomenon which occurs when an ensemble of quantum emitters couples collectively to a mode of the electromagnetic field as a single, massive dipole that radiates photons at an enhanced rate. Previous studies on solid-state systems either reported SR from sizeable crystals with at least one spatial dimension much larger… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-01397-4


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