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Endohedral fullerenes as standards for portable atomic clocks

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Highly stable and accurate frequency sources underpin a wide range of modern technologies. For many applications, there is a need to develop clocks with low size, weight and power (SWaP). Significant effort has been expended in miniaturising existing atomic clock architectures, but the various limitations inherent to contemporary designs incentivise further exploration of novel architectures.

Here, I investigate endohedral fullerenes as possible frequency references in future port...

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Department of Materials, University of Oxford; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
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Department of Materials, University of Oxford
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Department of Materials, University of Oxford (formerly); Department of Physics, University of Lancaster (currently)
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Department of Materials, University of Oxford (formerly); School of Physics and Astronomy, Queen Mary University of London (currently)
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University of Oxford

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