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Materials, Methods, and Applications of Color Centers with Accessible Spin

Quantum systems based on color center spins in solid state materials are powerful drivers of scientific research and technologies enabling a wide range of applications. This Special Topic focuses on the recent progress in materials, device engineering, and the development of sensitive metrology tools for the advancement of science and technology using color center spins. Of particular interest are sensing applications, quantum devices, materials and processing that enable novel functionalities, and improved performance for next-generation quantum science and technology.

Guest Editors: Chunhui Du, Marcus W Doherty, and Gregory David Fuchs

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Marcus W. Doherty; Chunhui Rita Du; Gregory D. Fuchs
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