Molecular States of Composite Fermions in Self-Organized InP/GaInP Quantum Dots in Zero Magnetic Field View Full Text


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2020-02

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A. M. Mintairov

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The size and positions of regions of line localization and the magnetic-field (0–10 T) dependence of the low-temperature (10 K) photoluminescence spectra of single InP/GaInP quantum dots with a number of electrons of N = 5–7 and a Wigner–Seitz radius of ~2.5 are determined using a near-field scanning optical microscope. The formation of composite fermion molecules with a size coinciding with that of localization regions and bond lengths of ~30 and 50 nm, respectively, at a Landau-level filling factor from 1/2 to 2/7 in zero magnetic field is established. At N = 6, the pairing and rearrangement of composite fermions under photoexcitation are found, which offers opportunities for the use of InP/GaInP quantum dots to create a magnetic-field-free topological quantum gate. More... »

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190-195

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