Stark effect in vertically coupled quantum dots in InAs-GaAs heterostructures View Full Text


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2002-09

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M. M. Sobolev, V. M. Ustinov, A. E. Zhukov, Yu. G. Musikhin, N. N. Ledentsov

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The results of studies of hole energy states in vertically coupled quantum dots in InAs-GaAs p-n heterostructures by deep-level transient spectroscopy are reported. Spectra were recorded at different reverse-bias voltages. Levels related to bonding and antibonding s and p states of vertically coupled quantum dots were revealed. The energies of these states significantly depend on an external electric field applied to a heterostructure. This dependence was attributed to the quantum-dimensional Stark effect for the hole states of vertically coupled quantum dots. In addition to this, it was found that the energy of thermal activation of carriers from vertically coupled quantum dots depends on the conditions of isochronous annealing that was carried out both with the reverse bias switched-on and switched-off and both in the presence and absence of illumination. These changes, as in the case of isolated quantum dots, are typical of a bistable electrostatic dipole formed by carriers, localized in a coupled quantum dot, and ionized lattice point defects. The built-in electric field of this dipole reduces the energy barrier for the carriers in the coupled quantum dot. The investigated structures with vertically coupled quantum dots were grown using molecular-beam epitaxy taking account of self-assembling effects. More... »

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