Figure 4: Optical access to spin levels of SiV− in diamond. (a) A SiV− center consists of a silicon atom between two vacant lattice sites and is aligned along a <111> crystal bond direction.[From: L.J. Rogers, K.D. Jahnke, M.H. Metsch, A. Sipahigil, et al., "All-Optical Initialization, Readout, and Coherent Preparation of Single Silicon-Vacancy Spins in Diamond," Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 263602 (22 December 2014) | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.113.263602]
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FIG. 1: Angled-etching fabrication methodology.: (a) Illustration of angled-etching used to realize free-standing structures in bulk single-crystal diamond. [From M. Burek, et al., "High quality-factor optical nanocavities in bulk single-crystal diamond," Nature Communications 5: 5718 | doi:10.1038/ncomms6718 ]
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Figure 1: (a) An impurity (blue) is immersed in a homogeneous 3D BEC (red) and constrained to the lowest band of a 1D optical lattice. Strong interactions with the Bose gas lead to polaron formation and a modified dispersion. [From F. Grusdt, A. Shashi, D. Abanin, and E. Demler, "Bloch oscillations of bosonic lattice polarons," Phys. Rev. A 90, 063610 (4 Dec 2014), http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.90.063610]
FIG. 1: the proposed phase diagram for the hole-doped cuprates, building on a theory for Higgs criticality for the optimal doping QCP. The lgebraic charge liquids (ACLs) have Fermi surfaces of spinless fermions which carry the electromagnetic charge: in the SU(2) ACL the Fermi surface is 'large' and is coupled to an emergent SU(2) gauge field, while in the U(1) ACL the Fermi surface is 'small' and coupled to an emergent U(1) gauge field. The fractionalized Fermi liquid (FL*) descends from the U(1) ACL by the binding of fermions to neutral spinons.
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