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Isotopes for Quantum Applications

Isotopes for Quantum Applications

CIL offers a series of isotopically enriched quantum-grade (QG) gas and molecules for various quantum applications.
 
Quantum magnetometers, quantum key distribution (QKD), and future innovations like quantum computers and quantum internet rely on nitrogen-vacancy center diamonds, also known as NV centers or color centers diamonds. Regardless of the method used to synthetize these NV centers diamonds, chemical vapor deposition (CVD) or high-pressure high-temperature (HPHT), they required ultrahigh-purity starting material, highly enriched in 12C and very low nitrogen content. Over the last decades, CIL has worked tirelessly with the best academic labs and diamond-industry leaders to provide a starting material compatible with their applications.
 
After extensive testing in multiple academic labs, institutes, and industry in USA, Europe, Asia, and Australia, CIL has decided to offer a quantum-grade 12C methane: 12C Methane QG-alpha™.
 
CIL’s 12C methane QG-alpha material offers 99.99% (2N5) 12C enrichment and 3 ppm or less of nitrogen content.
 
Catalog number: CLM-392-ULN.


More quantum-grade products will follow.

For comments or suggestion regarding this product or other quantum-grade products you would like CIL to review, please do not hesitate to contact us at cilsales@isotope.com.

 

References 

Balasubramanian, G.; Neumann, P.; Twitchen, D.; et al. 2009. Ultralong spin coherence time in isotopically engineered diamond. Nat Mater, 8(5), 383-387. PMID: 19349970

Element Six De Beers Group. 2021. The Quantum World of Diamonds. YouTube

Taminian, T. 2018. NV Center Qubit. YouTube

Coopmans, T. 2018. Quantum Key Distribution. YouTube

Walsworth, R. 2018. Exploring New Worlds with Quantum Diamonds. YouTube

Jelezko, F. 2016. Quantum Control of Single Spins In Diamond. YouTube

Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Festkörperphysik IAF. 2016. Detecting Tiny Magnetic Fields with Diamond Sensors. YouTube

"Isotopically engineered materials are essentials for quantum technologies. Availability of isotopically purified methane will enable growth of ultrapure diamond allowing to reach long coherence time of diamond spin qubits." ~ Professor Fedor Jelezko | Institute for Quantum Optics, UULM, Germany