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Anisotropy of effective masses in CuInSe2
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FIG. 1.

Evolution of the PL spectra of the free A, B, and M1–M2 bound excitons in CuInSe2 for magnetic fields B from 0 to 13 T at B z (a) and B //z (b). A comparison of the PL spectra at 13 T for B //x, B //y, and B //z (c). The light propagation direction is K //x ( K z).

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FIG. 2.

Dependencies of the A and B exciton spectral positions on the magnetic field strength for B z (a) and B //z (b). Symbols are experimental data, solid lines are curves calculated using Eq. (1). Difference between the FXA and FXB doublet mid-points for the B z and B //z orientations (c).


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Table I.

The experimental values of the diamagnetic shift rates cd and absolute values of the exciton effective g-factors, |g|, for FXA and FXB, measured for B z and B //z.

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Table II.

Reduced polaron μp masses and effective Rydbergs Ry* of the A and B excitons.

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Table III.

Polaron and bare effective masses of the A- and B-band holes (mA and mB ) as well as the DOS hole masses for these bands (m*A and m*B ).


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Scitation: Anisotropy of effective masses in CuInSe2