All-optical control of a solid-state spin using coherent dark states

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YALE, Christopher G., Bob B. BUCKLEY, David J. CHRISTLE, Guido BURKARD, F. Joseph HEREMANS, Lee C. BASSETT, David D. AWSCHALOM, 2013. All-optical control of a solid-state spin using coherent dark states

@unpublished{Yale2013Allop-24797, title={All-optical control of a solid-state spin using coherent dark states}, year={2013}, author={Yale, Christopher G. and Buckley, Bob B. and Christle, David J. and Burkard, Guido and Heremans, F. Joseph and Bassett, Lee C. and Awschalom, David D.} }

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