Scanning Confocal Optical Microscopy and Magnetic Resonance on Single Defect Centers

The fluorescence of individual nitrogen-vacancy defect centers in diamond was observed with room-temperature scanning confocal optical microscopy

A. Gruber; A. Dräbenstedt; C. Tietz; L. Fleury; J. Wrachtrup; C. von Borczyskowski

2002

Scholarcy highlights

  • The fluorescence of individual nitrogen-vacancy defect centers in diamond was observed with room-temperature scanning confocal optical microscopy
  • Wannemacher, who pointed out the suitability of the N-V centers for single center detection
  • Braunig from the Hahn Meitner Institute Berlin carried out the electron irradiation of the diamond samples
  • Support by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft through the Innovationskolleg “Methoden und Materialien fur den Nanometerbereich” is gratefully acknowledged

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