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Efficient spin relaxation in and quantum wells: An obstacle to spin detection
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10.1063/1.2125125
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FIG. 1.

(a) Energy and optical transition diagram of the InGaN QW with and without an applied magnetic field , when and . The -polarized optical transitions between the conduction band (CB) and valence band (VB) are indicated by arrows. Energy levels and optical transitions related to the C VB state are not included here. Here , and denote the projections of the CB electron spin angular momentum, VB electron orbital and spin angular momentum onto their quantization axis , respectively. (b) Energy diagram of the exciton and related spin relaxation processes. The notation is used here for the excitonic states, where , and denote the projections of CB electron spin, VB hole orbital and spin angular momentum, respectively; , and .

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Time-integrated PL spectra of the InGaN QW from Spin LED and Ref LED, measured at 2 K and 0 T.

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FIG. 3.

Experimental decay curves of the (thin solid lines) and (thin dotted lines) PL components of the InGaN QW from (a) Spin LED and (c) Ref LED, measured at 2 K at 0 and 4 T. Thick solid and dashed lines are fitting curves of the and PL components, respectively. Except for the PL component at 4 T that is fitted by two exponents (50 ps and 2 ns), a single exponent of 2 ns is used in the fitting; (b) and (d) show PL polarizations from Spin LED and Ref LED, respectively, as a function of delay time at (thin dotted lines) and (thin solid lines). The thick solid and dashed lines are fitting curves at 0 and 4 T, respectively, with identical fitting parameters as that in (a) and (c). The main PL peak within the energy range of 2.638–2.818 eV was monitored here.

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FIG. 4.

Simulated PL decay curves when (a) exciton spin relaxation dominates ; (b) individual carrier spin relaxation dominates , obtained by an analysis of coupled differential rate equations. The following values are used: (at 0 T), and (at 4 T).

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Scitation: Efficient spin relaxation in InGaN∕GaN and InGaN∕GaMnN quantum wells: An obstacle to spin detection
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/87/19/10.1063/1.2125125
10.1063/1.2125125
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