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Microphotoluminescence of exciton and biexciton around from a single quantum dot
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FIG. 1.

TEM plane view of the sample taken under 001 zone-axis bright-field condition. The QDs are diamond shaped, and present a density of . The dark contrast corresponds to the highly strained base of the QDs.

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FIG. 2.

(a) Close view of a single QD. It presents a slight elongation along the [1–10] direction, and the edges are oriented along the [3–10] and [1–30] directions. (b) TEM cross view of a QD. The average height of the QDs is , and the thickness of the wetting layer is . The dark contrast around the QD corresponds to the strain field surrounding the nanostructure.

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FIG. 3.

Standard PL spectrum of the sample recorded at with an excitation power density of .

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FIG. 4.

spectrum of a single QD recorded at under various excitation powers between and . The and lines correspond to the radiative recombination of the exciton and the biexciton, respectively.

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FIG. 5.

Power dependence of the integrated intensity of the (full circle) and (open circle) lines. Log scale in abscissa and ordinate: (full lines) fit of the experimental data with a linear (respectively, square) function of the pump power for the (respectively, ) line.


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Scitation: Microphotoluminescence of exciton and biexciton around 1.5μm from a single InAs∕InP(001) quantum dot