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Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. [POMAM]

juil. 16 2020

Abstract :

First experiments like optically detected (OD) electron paramagnetic resonance (ODMR), photoluminescence detected RABI oscillations, and optical pumping (OP) assisted pulsed EPR measurements of T2 and T1 of V2 spins in bulk SiC, which were previously demonstrated on various home build EPR spectrometers with free space optics, are here all demonstrated for the first time using a commercial X band pulsed EPR spectrometer combined with a single optical fiber and a standard external photoluminescence setup. Quantum sensing of bulk dark spins dipolar coupled to V2 spins in SiC is also demonstrated here for the first time using single fiber based OP assisted pulsed electron electron double resonance spectroscopy (PELDOR). A spin wave resonance study of model permalloy nanostripes is also presented allowing to check the ferromagnetic nanostripes design. These experiments are first key steps towards the fiber-based integration of the recently proposed SiC-YiG quantum sensor device [J. Tribollet, Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. 90, 20102 (2020)], to a commercially available and worldwide used pulsed EPR spectrometer, with important applications expected in structural biology, surface chemistry, and quantum computing.

Reference :

Jérôme Tribollet

Hybrid nanophotonic-nanomagnonic SiC-YiG quantum sensor: II/dark spins quantum sensing with V2 spins and fiber based OP-PELDOR/ODMR

Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. 90, 20103 (2020) – DOI : https://doi.org/10.1051/epjap/2020200063

Contact chercheur :

Jérôme Tribollet (tribollet@unistra.fr), équipe POMAM, Institut de Chimie (UMR 7177).