Intersubband absorption in narrow Si/SiGe multiple quantum wells without interfacial smearing

Fujita, K.; Fukatsu, S.
July 1992
Applied Physics Letters;7/13/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p210
Academic Journal
Investigates intersubband light absorption in narrow silicon and silicon germanide multiple quantum wells. Observation of distinct well-width dependence of intersubband absorption in the narrow quantum wells; Agreement of the well-width dependence of the absorption peak energy with calculated values; Derivation of transmission spectra of the samples at 100 Kelvin.


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