Electroreflectance-photoreflectance technique for studies of built-in electric field in layered

Sydor, M.; Badakhshan, Ali; Dale, D.A.; Alavi, K.; Pathak, R.
July 1993
Applied Physics Letters;7/26/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p527
Academic Journal
Describes the use of electroreflectance-photoreflectance technique to investigate photoreflectance modulation in layered electronic material. Direction of the electric field; Measurement of modulated reflectance through perturbation frequency analysis of the electric field; Mechanism of the reflectance modulation.


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