Mergenthaler, Matthias and Liu, Junjie and Le Roy, Jennifer J. and Ares, Natalia and Thompson, Amber L. and Bogani, Lapo and Luis, Fernando and Blundell, Stephen J. and Lancaster, Tom and Ardavan, Arzhang and Briggs, G. Andrew D. and Leek, Peter J. and Laird, Edward A. (2017) 'Strong coupling of microwave photons to antiferromagnetic fluctuations in an organic magnet.', Physical review letters., 119 (14). p. 147701.
Coupling between a crystal of di(phenyl)-(2,4,6-trinitrophenyl)iminoazanium radicals and a superconducting microwave resonator is investigated in a circuit quantum electrodynamics (circuit QED) architecture. The crystal exhibits paramagnetic behavior above 4 K, with antiferromagnetic correlations appearing below this temperature, and we demonstrate strong coupling at base temperature. The magnetic resonance acquires a field angle dependence as the crystal is cooled down, indicating anisotropy of the exchange interactions. These results show that multispin modes in organic crystals are suitable for circuit QED, offering a platform for their coherent manipulation. They also utilize the circuit QED architecture as a way to probe spin correlations at low temperature.
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|Date accepted:||07 August 2017|
|Date deposited:||09 October 2017|
|Date of first online publication:||02 October 2017|
|Date first made open access:||09 October 2017|
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