Spectroscopic investigations of negatively charged tin-vacancy centres in diamond

  title={Spectroscopic investigations of negatively charged tin-vacancy centres in diamond},
  author={Johannes G{\"o}rlitz and Dennis Herrmann and Gergő Thiering and Philipp Fuchs and Morgane Gandil and Takayuki Iwasaki and Takashi Taniguchi and Michael Kieschnick and Jan Meijer and Mutsuko Hatano and {\'A}d{\'a}m Gali and Christoph Becher},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
The recently discovered negatively charged tin-vacancy centre in diamond is a promising candidate for applications in quantum information processing (QIP). We here present a detailed spectroscopic study encompassing single photon emission and polarisation properties, the temperature dependence of emission spectra as well as a detailed analysis of the phonon sideband and Debye-Waller factor. Using photoluminescence excitation spectroscopy (PLE) we probe an energetically higher lying excited… 
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