Carrier diffusion effects in time-resolved photoluminescence

Bailey, D.W.; Stanton, C.J.
February 1992
Applied Physics Letters;2/17/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p880
Academic Journal
Describes time-resolved photoluminescence in gallium arsenide by using the Monte Carlo method to model carrier transport and by calculating the recombination. Presentation of density states, Bloch overlap factors, and optical matrix elements; Significance of carrier diffusion for surface density; Comparison between calculated and experimental luminescence.


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