A robust scanning diamond sensor for nanoscale imaging with single nitrogen-vacancy centres

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A robust scanning diamond sensor for nanoscale imaging with single nitrogen-vacancy centres

Published: 2012-02 Journal: Nature Nanotechnology 7, 320–324 ... Database: custom Views: 2853 Downloads:
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What is a nitrogen-vacancy?
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Why were other tips so rapidly useless?
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How does microwave radiation manipulate spin coherence?
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Does the time limit on spin coherence allow for multiple uses?
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What exactly is being imaged?
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Purpose of scanning sharp metallic tip?
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Image characteristics vs. distance
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Similar work..
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Hard drives as good imaging samples?
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NV orientation angle
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Why do the existing techniques only utilize poor-quality crystals?
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Uses of magnetometry?