Long coherence lifetime and electromagnetically induced transparency in a highly-spin-concentrated solid

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@article{4eea615dd9f54d61b2b2189e4db009fd,
title = "Long coherence lifetime and electromagnetically induced transparency in a highly-spin-concentrated solid",
abstract = "We have studied a rare-earth-doped crystal, Pr3+:La-2(WO4)(3), which exhibits a high magnetic-moment density. Although the latter favors rare-earth dephasing, a nuclear-spin coherence lifetime of 250 mu s has been observed, as well as electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT). This suggests that a broad range of materials could be considered for quantum information applications such as quantum memories for light, where solids are especially attractive. Absorption and dispersion curves are independently in very good agreement with EIT theory. Fano-like profiles have also been observed.",
keywords = "nuclear spin, magnetic moments, lanthanum compounds, light coherence, praseodymium, transparency",
author = "Ph. Goldner and O. Guillot-Noel and F. Beaudoux and {Le Du}, Y. and J. Lejay and T. Chaneliere and {Le Gouet}, {J. L.} and Lars Rippe and Atia Amari and Andreas Walther and Stefan Kr{\"o}ll",
year = "2009",
doi = "10.1103/PhysRevA.79.033809",
language = "English",
volume = "79",
journal = "Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)",
issn = "1050-2947",
publisher = "American Physical Society",
number = "3",

}