Interwell exciton relaxation in semimagnetic asymmetric double quantum wells View Full Text


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DATE

2006-11

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S. V. Zaitsev, A. S. Brichkin, P. S. Dorozhkin, G. Bacher

ABSTRACT

The possibility of magnetic field control of the spectral and polarization characteristics of exciton recombination is examined in Cd(Mg, Mn) Te-based asymmetric double quantum wells. At low fields, the exciton transition in a semimagnetic well is higher in energy than that in a nonmagnetic well and the interwell exciton relaxation is fast. In contrast, when the energy order of the exciton transitions reverses at high fields, unexpectedly slow relaxation of σ− polarized excitons from the nonmagnetic well to the σ+-polarized ground state in the semimagnetic well is observed. Strong dependence of the total circular polarization degree on the heavy-light hole splitting Δhh-lh in the nonmagnetic well is found and attributed to the spin dependent interwell tunneling controlled by exciton spin relaxation. Such a slowing down of the relaxation allows separation of oppositely spin-polarized excitons in adjacent wells. More... »

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340-343

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