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Two different approaches, a photoconductive response technique and a correlation of lasing thresholds with theoretical threshold carrier concentrations have been used to determine Auger lifetimes in InAs/GaInSb quantum wells. For energy gaps corresponding to 3.1–4.8 μm, the room-temperature Auger coefficients for seven different samples are found to be nearly an order-of-magnitude lower than typical type-I results for the same wavelength. The data imply that at this temperature, the Auger rate is relatively insensitive to details of the band structure. © 1998 American Institute of Physics.
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