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Title: Carrier Dynamics in Self-Assembled CdTe Stranski-Krastanow Quantum Dots Grown on ZnSe by Molecular Beam Epitaxy
Authors: Yang, C. S.;Chien, K. F.;Lai, J. Y.;Luo, C. W.;Chou, W. C.;Shih, Yu-Tai;Wang, J. S.;Jian, S. R.
Contributors: 物理學系
Keywords: Carrier dynamics;CdTe QDs;Molecular beam epitaxy;TRPL
Date: 2008-11
Issue Date: 2013-01-07T09:25:54Z
Publisher: Han'guk Mulli Hakhoe
Abstract: Self-assembled CdTe/ZnSe Stranski-Krastanow quantum-dot (QD) structures, which have a CdSe-like precursor-layer (PCL) between CdTe quantum dots and ZnSe matrix, were grown by molecular beam epitaxy. The carrier dynamics of the structures was studied by photoluminescence (PL) and time-resolved photoluminescence (TRPL) measurements. The temperature-dependent PL spectra revealed that there is a carrier transformation from small dots to larger dots via the precursor layer. Temperature-dependent PL measurements verify the existence of the QD excited excitonic state in 5.0 mono-layer (ML) coverage. In 0.6 ML coverage, the TRPL spectra exhibited a double-exponential decay process, as the detection energy at PCL emission energy. The faster decay time is corresponded to the carrier lifetime in PCL, the slower decay time exhibits the carrier in small QD. However, in 5.0 ML coverage, a faster and slower decay time represents the carrier lifetime in QD excited state for larger QD and the carrier lifetime in QD ground state for smaller QD.
Relation: Journal of the Korean Physical Society, 53(5) PART 2: 2905-2908
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