Green/yellow light emitting diodes from isoelectrically doped ZnSe quantum well structures

Hagerott, M.; Ding, J.; Jeon, H.; Nurmikko, A.V.; Fan, Y.; He, L.; Han, J.; Saraie, J.; Gunshor, R.L.; Hua, C.G.; Otsuka, N.
April 1993
Applied Physics Letters;4/26/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 17, p2108
Academic Journal
Evaluates green/yellow light emitting diodes from isoelectronically doped zinc selenide quantum well structures. Acquisition of green/yellow emission; Incorporation of tellurium into the quantum well structures; Presentation of the strong coupling of excitons.


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