We present a newly developed microwave resonant cavity for use in optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) experiments. The cylindrical quasi-TE 011 mode cavity is designed to fit in a 1 in. magnet bore to allow the sample to be optically accessed and to have an adjustable resonant frequency between 8.5 and 12 GHz. The cavity uses cylinders of high dielectric material, so-called "dielectric resonators," in a double-stacked configuration to determine the resonant frequency. Wires in a pseudo-Helmholtz configuration are incorporated into the cavity to provide frequencies for simultaneous nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). The system was tested by measuring cavity absorption as microwave frequencies were swept, by performing ODMR on a zinc-doped InP sample, and by performing optically detected NMR on a GaAs sample. The results confirm the suitability of the cavity for ODMR with simultaneous NMR.
Original Publication Citation
Resonant microwave cavity for 8.5-12 GHz optically-detected electron spin resonance with simultaneous nuclear magnetic resonance, J.S. Colton, L.R. Wienkes* , Rev. Sci. Inst. 8, 3516 (29). The original version may be found at: http://rsi.aip.org/resource/1/rsinak/v8/i3/p3516_s1
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Colton, John S. and Wienkes, L. R., "Resonant microwave cavity for 8.5-12 GHz optically detected electron spin resonance with simultaneous nuclear magnetic resonance" (2009). All Faculty Publications. 140.
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