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Time-resolved IR spectroscopy of quantum-optics in semiconductors - Deleted

DOI: 10.1016/j.infrared.2007.12.011 DOI Help

Authors: Mark Frogley (Diamond Light Source) , Gianfelice Cinque (Diamond Light Source) , James Dynes (Imperial College London) , Mattias Beck (University of Neuchâtel) , Jerome Faist (University of Neuchâtel) , Chris Phillips (Imperial College London)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Infrared Physics & Technology , VOL 51 , PAGES 454-457

State: Published (Approved)
Published: May 2008

Abstract: Time-resolved IR spectroscopy is a powerful non-destructive technique for probing electron dynamics and plasmonics in semiconductors. We present recent experiments in which intense IR laser pulses are used to induce “quantum-optical” phenomena, including gain without population inversion and slow light, in semiconductor nanostructures. The potential advantages of IR Synchrotron radiation to probe these systems are discussed.

Journal Keywords: Infrared Spectroscopy; Semiconductors; Time-Resolved; Coherent; Synchrotron

Subject Areas: Engineering, Technique Development

Technical Areas: Detectors

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