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2016-09-26

Abstract

We investigated the excitation power dependence of photoluminescence(PL)spectra of GaSb type-II quantum dots(QDs) in GaAsgrown by dropletepitaxy. We prepared two QD samples annealed at slightly different temperatures (380 oC and 400 oC) and carried out PL measurements. The 20 oC increase of the annealing temperature leads to (1) about 140 and 60 times stronger wetting layer (WL) luminescence at low and high , (2) about 45% large energy shift of QD luminescence with , and (3) the different dependence of the PL intensity ratio between the QD and the WL. These differences of the PL characteristics are explained by the effects of the WL.

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