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Optical cavity integrated surface ion trap for enhanced light collection
	Francisco Martin Benito
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Optical cavity integrated surface ion trap for
enhanced light collection
Francisco Martin Benito

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Francisco M. Benito


Nanoscience and Microsystems


This dissertation is approved, and it is acceptable in quality and form for publication: Approved

by the Dissertation Committee:

Dr. Zayd C. Leseman, Chair

Dr. Daniel L. Stick, Co-Chair

Dr. Mani Hossein-Zadeh, Member

Dr. Peter L. Maunz, Member

Dr. Grant W. Biedermann, Member

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Chapter 4. Experimental cavity

RoC 5mm


Figure 4.10: Curved mirror characterization


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Chapter 4. Experimental cavity

RoC 5mm

L=0.92 mm

Figure 4.11: Curved and flat silicon mirror


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