Room-temperature stimulated emission of optically pumped GaAs/AlAs quantum wires grown on

Orth, A.; Reithmaier, J.P.
June 1994
Applied Physics Letters;6/20/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 25, p3443
Academic Journal
Observes stimulated emission of optically pumped gallium arsenide (GaAs)/aluminum arsenide quantum well wire superlattice (QWW SL) grown on (311)A-oriented GaAs substrates at room temperature. Use of optical excitation spectroscopy; Reduction of the threshold excitation energy density of the QWW SL; Estimation of the gain coefficient.


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