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Is luminescence from quantum wells due to excitons?

Femtosecond luminescence measurements combined with pump-probe experiments using selective excitation of either free carriers or excitons have been performed. The time-resolved luminescence spectra show a striking disparity compared with recently published theoretical models. Large differences in the pump-probe spectra are observed for resonant and non-resonant (continuum) pumping. The origin of these differences is discussed.

    Keywords: PHOTOLUMINESCENCE ; SIGNATURES

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    EPFL, Dept Phys, Swiss Fed Inst Technol, IMO, Lausanne, Switzerland. Hayes, GR, EPFL, Dept Phys, Swiss Fed Inst Technol, IMO, Lausanne, Switzerland.

    ISI Document Delivery No.: 553CB

    Times Cited: 4

    Cited Reference Count: 4

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