How Flawed Diamonds “Lead” to Flawless Quantum Networks
Dr. Mutsuko Hatano (School of Engineering)
Lead-based vacancy centers in diamonds that form after high-pressure and high-temperature treatment are ideal for quantum networks, find Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) scientists. The modified crystal system could also find applications in spintronics and quantum sensors.
Title of original paper: “Low-Temperature Spectroscopic Investigation of Lead-Vacancy Centers in Diamond Fabricated”
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