Fourier transform analysis of electromodulation spectra: Effects of the modulation amplitude

Alperovich, V.L.; Jaroshevich, A.S.
November 1997
Applied Physics Letters;11/10/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 19, p2788
Academic Journal
Presents the Fourier transform analysis of Franz-Keldysh oscillations in the electroreflectance (ER) spectra of gallium arsenide diode structures. Role of modulation amplitude in electric-field-modulated spectroscopies; Pitfalls of the photoreflectance and ER techniques; Use of modulation amplitude for contactless measurements of photovoltage.


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