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Conduction-band crossover induced by misfit strain in InSb/GaSb self-assembled quantum dots (2007)
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Rybchenko, S. I., Gupta, R., Lai, K. T., Itskevich, I. E., Haywood, S. K., Tasco, V., …Tournié, E. (2007). Conduction-band crossover induced by misfit strain in InSb/GaSb self-assembled quantum dots. Physical review B: Condensed matter and materials physics, 76(19), 0 - 0. doi:10.1103/physrevb.76.193309

We address the occurrence of conduction-band crossover in III-V self-assembled quantum dots solely due to misfit strain. Band structure analysis in terms of standard deformation-potential theory shows that Γ-X crossover can occur in the dot, while bo... Read More

Midinfrared photoluminescence and compositional modulation in pentanary GaInAsPSb alloys grown by liquid phase epitaxy (2007)
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Krier, A., Smirnov, V. M., Batty, P. J., Yin, M., Lai, K. T., Rybchenko, S., …Kuchinskii, V. I. (2007). Midinfrared photoluminescence and compositional modulation in pentanary GaInAsPSb alloys grown by liquid phase epitaxy. Applied physics letters, 91(8), 082102. doi:10.1063/1.2768892

Room temperature photoluminescence is reported from GaInAsSbP pentanary alloys grown by liquid phase epitaxy on GaSb. The epitaxial layers exhibited emission in the midinfrared between 3 and 4 μm. Investigation of the structural and photoluminescence... Read More

Importance of aspect ratio over shape in determining the quantization potential of self-assembled zinc-blende III-V quantum dots (2007)
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Rybchenko, S. I., Yeap, G., Gupta, R., Itskevich, I. E., & Haywood, S. K. (2007). Importance of aspect ratio over shape in determining the quantization potential of self-assembled zinc-blende III-V quantum dots. Journal of applied physics, 102(1), 013706. doi:10.1063/1.2752127

We have studied the effect of shape on the strain-modified electron/hole confinement potential in zinc-blende quantum dots (QDs), using standard deformation potential theory and an anisotropic continuum-elasticity approximation. Calculations were per... Read More