Raman heterodyne detected magnetic resonance of the nitrogen-vacancy centre in diamond
This thesis describes the Raman heterodyne detection of magnetic resonance in the ³A ground state of the nitrogen-vacancy C'-1· V) centre in diamond. The recently developed theory of Raman heterodyne spectroscopy was tested and compared with the spectra measured on the N-V centre. Among those results, the electron-nuclear double resonance (ENDOR), nuclear-nuclear double resonance (double NMR), Autler-Townes effect, coherence transfer and Zeeman quantum beat were observed for the first time...[Show more]
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