Evidence of linear Zeeman effect for infrared intracenter transitions in boron doped diamond in high magnetic fields
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SourceDiamond and Related Materials, 75, (2017), pp. 52-57
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Soft Condensed Matter & Nanomaterials
Diamond and Related Materials
SubjectCorrelated Electron Systems / High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML); Soft Condensed Matter & Nanomaterials (HFML)
We present low temperature infrared study of the boron-doped IIb-type synthetic diamond by means of Fourier transform spectroscopy. Boron-related intracenter transition between the ground and excited odd-parity states was investigated up to exceptionally high magnetic fields of 32 T. The absorption mode at 2800 cm− 1 (347 meV) revealed clear Zeeman splitting. The splitting exhibits linear behaviour up to maximal fields, which is contrary to other elemental semiconductors doped by hydrogen-like shallow acceptor centers.
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