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Temperature dependence of intersublevel absorption in InAs/GaAs self-assembled quantum dots
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13.The calculation is performed for a fixed average barrier height to the 3D continuum of 180 meV. Integrating over the dot size distribution leads to a very similar result as reported in Fig. 3(b).
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