Internal photoemission studies of artificial band discontinuities at buried GaAs(100)/GaAs(100)

dell'Orto, Tiziana; Almeida, J.
April 1994
Applied Physics Letters;4/18/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 16, p2111
Academic Journal
Examines the internal photoemission of artificial band discontinuities at buried gallium arsenide/gallium arsenide homojunctions. Illumination of homojunctions by monochromatic photons; Details on the energy barriers of photoexciton; Use of tungsten-halogen lamp and double grating monochromator as the photon source.


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