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Relaxation and emission of Bragg-mode and cavity-mode polaritons in a ZnO microcavity at room temperature
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22.Excitons in microcavity active layers have a short nonradiative lifetime of the order of 10 ps. It is comparable to the pulse duration used in ref 21 to excite GaN microcavities and much shorter than the one of the present work. In the first case the exciton density is of the order of . , where is the absorption of the microcavity, taken equal to , is the energy per pulse and is the laser energy. In the second case, the excitation can be considered as continuous during each 5 ns long pulse, so that the exciton density is of the order of A.E. , with E. . The exciton density is therefore similar in both cases, of the order of a few .
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