Diamond is a promising material for the development of emerging quantum technologies due to the availability of a large number of “color centers”, i.e. optically-active lattice defects with appealing opto-physical properties. The fabrication, identification and exploitation of new classes of color centers in diamond is therefore important for further advances in this research field. In the present paper we report about the fabrication of photoluminescent defects in diamond upon MeV He+ implantation in diamond, which was previously observed only in electroluminescence (EL) and cathodo-luminescence (CL) regime [1,2]. An investigation in their spectral emission features and an attribution to He-related defects was performed by investigating the photoluminescence (PL) emission at different implantation fluences and exploiting different excitation laser wavelengths.

He-related luminescent defects in ion-implanted diamond

J. Forneris;A. Battiato;S. Ditalia Tchernij;F. Picollo;A. Tengattini;E. Moreva;P. Olivero
2017

Abstract

Diamond is a promising material for the development of emerging quantum technologies due to the availability of a large number of “color centers”, i.e. optically-active lattice defects with appealing opto-physical properties. The fabrication, identification and exploitation of new classes of color centers in diamond is therefore important for further advances in this research field. In the present paper we report about the fabrication of photoluminescent defects in diamond upon MeV He+ implantation in diamond, which was previously observed only in electroluminescence (EL) and cathodo-luminescence (CL) regime [1,2]. An investigation in their spectral emission features and an attribution to He-related defects was performed by investigating the photoluminescence (PL) emission at different implantation fluences and exploiting different excitation laser wavelengths.
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J. Forneris; A. Battiato; S. Ditalia Tchernij; F. Picollo; A. Tengattini; P. Traina; E. Moreva; I.P. Degiovanni; M. Genovese; L. La Torre; V. Rigato; P. Olivero
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