Saturation effects in the photoluminescence spectra of Hg0.3Cd0.7TeSolid State Communications (1985)
The photoluminescence spectrum of Hg0.3Cd0.7Te at 77K consists of a narrow, high energy free exciton line D and a broad, low energy deep level E. As a function of incident excitation power, the E line must be saturated before the D line can be observed. We have constructed a simple model that agrees well with the experimental dependences of the luminescence intensities of the D and E lines on excitation power.
Publication DateMay 1, 1985
Citation InformationJeffrey R. Bodart and Bernard J. Feldman. "Saturation effects in the photoluminescence spectra of Hg0.3Cd0.7Te" Solid State Communications Vol. 54 Iss. 7 (1985) p. 579 - 580
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