Spin noise at electron paramagnetic resonance

@article{Poshakinskiy2020SpinNA,
  title={Spin noise at electron paramagnetic resonance},
  author={Alexander V. Poshakinskiy and Sergey A. Tarasenko},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2020}
}
We develop a microscopic theory of spin noise in solid-state systems at electron paramagnetic resonance, when the spin dynamics is driven by static and radio-frequency (RF) magnetic fields and the stochastic effective magnetic field stemming from the interaction with environment. The RF field splits the peaks in the power spectrum of spin noise into the Mollow-like triplets and also gives rise to additional spin-spin correlations which oscillate in the absolute time at the RF frequency and the… 

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