The negatively charged nitrogen-vacancy centre in diamond: the electronic solution

@inproceedings{Doherty2011TheNC,
  title={The negatively charged nitrogen-vacancy centre in diamond: the electronic solution},
  author={Marcus William Doherty and Neil B. Manson and Paul T. Delaney and Lloyd Hollenberg},
  year={2011}
}
The negatively charged nitrogen-vacancy centre is a unique defect in diamond that possesses properties highly suited to many applications, including quantum information processing, quantum metrology and biolabelling. Although the unique properties of the centre have been extensively documented and utilized, a detailed understanding of the physics of the centre has not yet been achieved. Indeed, there persist a number of points of contention regarding the electronic structure of the centre, such… CONTINUE READING

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