Boroditsky, M. and Gontijo, I. and Jackson, M. and Vrijen, R. and Yablonovitch, E. and Krauss, T. and Cheng, Chuan-Cheng and Scherer, A. and Bhat, R. and Krames, M. (2000) Surface recombination measurements on III–V candidate materials for nanostructure light-emitting diodes. Journal of Applied Physics, 87 (7). pp. 3497-3504. ISSN 0021-8979 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BORjap00
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Surface recombination is an important characteristic of an optoelectronic material. Although surface recombination is a limiting factor for very small devices it has not been studied intensively. We have investigated surface recombination velocity on the exposed surfaces of the AlGaN, InGaAs, and InGaAlP material systems by using absolute photoluminescence quantum efficiency measurements. Two of these three material systems have low enough surface recombination velocity to be usable in nanoscale photonic crystal light-emitting diodes.
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|Subject Keywords:||aluminium compounds; indium compounds; gallium arsenide; gallium compounds; III-V semiconductors; surface recombination; photoluminescence; light emitting diodes; nanostructured materials; photonic band gap|
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