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Spatial Quantization In GaAs–AlGaAs Multiple Quantum Dots

M. Reed, R. Bate, K. Bradshaw, W. Duncan, W. Frensley, J. W. Lee, H. Shih
Published 1986 · Materials Science, Chemistry

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We present results of the fabrication and investigation of totally spatially localized crystalline structures. Low temperature photoluminescence exhibits structure that is best explained by a bottleneck for hole energy loss. This bottleneck is believed to be a direct consequence of the modification of the band structure by the fabrication‐imposed potential and is believed to be the first evidence for total spatial quantization in a fabricated heterojunction system.



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