Preparation and characterization of AFM tips with nitrogen-vacancy and nitrogen-vacancy-nitrogen color centers

Zuzanna Orzechowska, Mariusz Mrózek, Wojciech Gawlik, Adam Wojciechowski

Abstract


We demonstrate a simple dip-coating method of covering standard AFM tips with nanodiamonds containing color centers. Such coating enables convenient visualization of AFM tips above transparent samples as well as using the tip for performing spatially resolved magnetometry.

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