Visible luminescence from semiconductor quantum dots in large ensembles
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12.The broadness of the PL peak and size distribution in this sample are not a consequence of the material combination used. A narrower peak can be obtained for the same materials by improving growth conditions. Results from this sample are shown mainly to indicate the correlation between size distribution and FWHM for the dot ensemble luminescence.
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