Stimulated emission from p-Ge due to transitions between light-hole Landau levels and excited

Kremser, C.; Heiss, W.
April 1992
Applied Physics Letters;4/13/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 15, p1785
Academic Journal
Investigates the far infrared emission spectra obtained from p-germanium light-heavy-hole laser. Occurrence of a frequency gap between low-frequency and high-frequency range; Transition between light-hole Landau levels and impurities excited states; Use of magnetic-field tunable n-gallium arsenide detector to analyze the emission spectra.


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