# Vibrational signatures for the identification of single-photon emitters in hexagonal boron nitride

@article{Linderlv2020VibrationalSF,
title={Vibrational signatures for the identification of single-photon emitters in hexagonal boron nitride},
author={Christopher Linder{\"a}lv and Witlef Wieczorek and Paul Erhart},
journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
year={2020}
}
• Published 2020
• Physics, Materials Science
• arXiv: Materials Science
Color centers in h-BN are among the brightest emission centers known yet the origins of these emission centers are not well understood. Here, using first-principles calculations in combination with the generating function method, we systematically elucidate the coupling of specific defects to the vibrational degrees of freedom. We show that the lineshape of many defects exhibits strong coupling to high frequency phonon modes and that C$_{\text{N}}$, C$_{\text{B}}$, C$_{\text{B}}$-C\$_{\text{N… Expand

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