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Repetitive excitation of charge oscillations in semiconductor heterostructures
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8.In previous experiments using similar periodic pulse trains (Ref. 2) phase-ependent effects were absent since the experiments were performed off resonance and thus the matter-radiation field interaction was proportional to the intensity of the optical field.
9.Obviously these three dephasing times are related to each other and Calculations assuming different parameters show that the physical picture is unchanged.
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