Physical Foundations of an Application of Scanning Probe with Spin Centers in SiC for the Submicron Quantum Probing of Magnetic Fields and Temperatures
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Optical and radio-frequency physical effects that allow spin manipulations at room temperature using magnetic resonance, effects of anticrossing levels in the ground and excited quadruplet spin states, and cross-relaxation resonances in ensembles of spin color centers in silicon carbide micro- and nanocrystals have been demonstrated. A scanning device where ensembles of spin centers placed on the tip of the cantilever probe of an atomic force microscope serve as sensors of magnetic and temperature fields with a submicron spatial resolution has been considered.
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