Control of electron population by intersubband optical excitation in potential-inserted double

Akiyama, H.; Sugawara, H.; Kadoya, Y.; Lorke, A.; Tsujino, S.; Sakaki, H.
July 1994
Applied Physics Letters;7/25/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p424
Academic Journal
Examines the control of electron population through electronic excitation in structures with double quantum wells. Effectiveness of infrared device application of intersubband transitions; Changes in the photoluminescence spectra; Controllability of the electrons to infrared detectors.


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