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Observation of optical Stark effect in InGaAs/InP multiple quantum wells
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4.InP is transparant in the spectral region of interest. Therefore, in the experiments the InP substrates were only slightly polished but not removed.
5.The linewidth was deduced from the long‐wavelength portion of the peak.
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9.This value was underestimated, because the exciton line was partially saturated and broadened by the carriers excited by the pump and probe beams (see Ref. 7).
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11.The peak disappears at 1508 nm followed by the emergence of the tiny dip at 1510 nm [Fig. 2(g)]. All the signals decay asymptotically to zero at longer wavelengths.
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