Interface roughness in quantum wells prepared with growth interruptions

Orschel, Benno; Oelgart, Gerhard; Houdre, Romuald
February 1993
Applied Physics Letters;2/22/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p843
Academic Journal
Examines the microscopic interfacial structure of single quantum wells (QW) of different thickness prepared with growth interruptions. Growth of QW sample by molecular beam epitaxy; Correlation between interface configuration and optical properties of QW; Presence of peaks arising from the heavy-hole exciton splitting.


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