The Photon-Assisted Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Effect in a Double Quantum Dot
Journal Article - Open Access
Quantum Spin Information Project, ICORP, JST Atsugi-shi Japan
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We report on the Overhauser shift OHS of electric dipole spin resonance peaks in the reverse direction to that previously reported. Measuring electric dipole spin resonance in a double quantum dot, we observe two resonance peaks reflecting a Zeeman energy difference between the two quantum dots, and find that the dependence of the peak position on microwave power is different for each dot. The perturbation theory for hybridizing the flip-flop and photon-assisted tunneling mechanisms is discussed and is found to successfully explain the power dependence. This theory can also consistently explain the OHS in both directions, explaining the experimental results previously reported. Our results reveal the bidirectionality of OHSs and this is expected to play an important part in the development of effective nuclear spin squeezing techniques.
- Quantum Theory and Relativity