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Temperature dependence of excitonic absorption spectra in ZnO/Zn0.88Mg0.12O multiquantum wells grown on lattice-matched substrates

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8 Author(s)
Sun, H.D. ; Photodynamics Research Center, Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Sendai 980-0845, Japan ; Makino, T. ; Tuan, N.T. ; Segawa, Y.
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The excitonic properties of high-quality ZnO/Zn0.88Mg0.12O multiquantum wells grown by laser-molecular-beam epitaxy were investigated using temperature-dependent optical absorption spectra from 5 K to room temperature. The strength of exciton-longitudinal-optical (LO) -phonon coupling was deduced from the temperature dependence of the linewidth of the fundamental excitonic peak. Effective reduction of the exciton-LO-phonon coupling with decreasing the well width was observed, which is consistent with the confinement-induced enhancement of the exciton binding energy. The thermal shift of the lowest excitonic energy is independent of well width, indicating that the strain effect is negligible for this material. © 2001 American Institute of Physics.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:78 ,  Issue: 17 )

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Apr 2001

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