Sensing external spins with nitrogen-vacancy diamond

@article{Grotz2011SensingES,
  title={Sensing external spins with nitrogen-vacancy diamond},
  author={B. Grotz and J. Beck and P. Neumann and B. Naydenov and R. Reuter and F. Reinhard and F. Jelezko and J. Wrachtrup and David Schweinfurth and B. Sarkar and P. Hemmer},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={055004}
}
A single nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center is used to sense individual, as well as small ensembles of, electron spins placed outside the diamond lattice. Applying double electron–electron resonance techniques, we were able to observe Rabi nutations of these external spins as well as the coupling strength between the external spins and the NV sensor, via modulations and accelerated decay of the NV spin echo. Echo modulation frequencies as large as 600 kHz have been observed, being equivalent to a few… Expand

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