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Submillihertz magnetic spectroscopy performed with a nanoscale quantum sensor

The quantum properties of the nitrogen vacancy (NV) defect in diamond can be used as an atomic compass needle that is sensitive to tiny variations in magnetic field. Schmitt et al. and Boss et al. successfully enhanced this sensitivity by several orders of magnitude (see the Perspective by Jordan).... Full description

Journal Title: Science May 26, 2017, Vol.356(6340), pp.832-837
Main Author: Schmitt, Simon
Other Authors: Gefen, Tuvia , Stürner, Felix , Unden, Thomas , Wolff, Gerhard , Müller, Christoph , Scheuer, Jochen , Naydenov, Boris , Markham, Matthew , Pezzagna, Sebastien , Meijer, Jan , Schwarz, Ilai , Plenio, Martin , Retzker, Alex , Mcguinness, Liam , Jelezko, Fedor
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  • Schmitt, Simon
  • Gefen, Tuvia
  • Stürner, Felix
  • Unden, Thomas
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  • Müller, Christoph
  • Scheuer, Jochen
  • Naydenov, Boris
  • Markham, Matthew
  • Pezzagna, Sebastien
  • Meijer, Jan
  • Schwarz, Ilai
  • Plenio, Martin
  • Retzker, Alex
  • Mcguinness, Liam
  • Jelezko, Fedor
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  • Metrology
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  • Magnetic Spectroscopy
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  • Clocks
  • Diamonds
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  • Magnetic Fields
  • Frequency Stability
  • Vacancies
  • Magnetic Fields
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  • Scaling
  • Coherence
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance–NMR
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description: The quantum properties of the nitrogen vacancy (NV) defect in diamond can be used as an atomic compass needle that is sensitive to tiny variations in magnetic field. Schmitt et al. and Boss et al. successfully enhanced this sensitivity by several orders of magnitude (see the Perspective by Jordan). They applied a sequence of pulses to the NV center, the timing of which was set by and compared with a highly stable oscillator. This allowed them to measure the frequency of an oscillating magnetic field (megahertz bandwidth) with submillihertz resolution. Such enhanced precision measurement could be applied, for example, to improve nuclear magnetic resonance-based imaging protocols of single molecules. Science, this issue p. 832, p. 837; see also p. 802 Precise timekeeping is critical to metrology, forming the basis by which standards of time, length, and fundamental constants are determined. Stable clocks are particularly valuable in spectroscopy because they define the ultimate frequency...
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abstractThe quantum properties of the nitrogen vacancy (NV) defect in diamond can be used as an atomic compass needle that is sensitive to tiny variations in magnetic field. Schmitt et al. and Boss et al. successfully enhanced this sensitivity by several orders of magnitude (see the Perspective by Jordan). They applied a sequence of pulses to the NV center, the timing of which was set by and compared with a highly stable oscillator. This allowed them to measure the frequency of an oscillating magnetic field (megahertz bandwidth) with submillihertz resolution. Such enhanced precision measurement could be applied, for example, to improve nuclear magnetic resonance-based imaging protocols of single molecules. Science, this issue p. 832, p. 837; see also p. 802 Precise timekeeping is critical to metrology, forming the basis by which standards of time, length, and fundamental constants are determined. Stable clocks are particularly valuable in spectroscopy because they define the ultimate frequency...
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