Spatial distribution of the free exciton gas in germaniumJournal of Luminescence (1976)
The spatial distribution of the free exciton gas in high purity germanium at 4.2 K has been measured below and above the threshold for liquid condensation. Below threshold, the distribution is in agreement with a simple diffusion model, where the diffusion length is 0.316±0.032 mm. Above threshold, the gas density is constant inside the liquid cloud, and the gas diffuses with a characteristic length 0.398±0.040 mm outside the cloud.
Publication DateJanuary 3, 1976
Citation InformationG.W. Kamerman and Bernard J. Feldman. "Spatial distribution of the free exciton gas in germanium" Journal of Luminescence (1976) p. 635 - 638
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