Transport and coherence properties of indirect excitions in coupled quantum wells

Subject: QCarxiv: Condensed Matter::Quantum Gases  Condensed Matter::Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect  Condensed Matter::Other

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5.1 Formation of Exciton Rings in Quantum W e l ls ................................................
5.2 Optical Trapping of Indirect Excitons ..............................................................
5.3 Spatial Coherence of E xcitons.............................................................................
5.4 Future Work ......................................................................................................... A D erivation of the generalised Einstein relation
A.0.1 The Einstein relation...............................................................................
A.0.2 The generalised Einstein re la tio n ......................................................... B Calculation of th e capture coefficient
B.0.3 The matrix element of the in te ra c tio n ................................................ 1.1 An idealised band structure of a directgap sem iconductor............................ 1.2 Energy band diagrams of a coupled quantum well s tr u c tu re ......................... 1.3 The photon and exciton dispersion relations..................................................... 1.4 A schematic diagram of the structure................................................................. 2.1 Spatial patterns of the indirect exciton PL intensity with increasing excitation
power [1]................................................................................................................. 34
2.2 Spatial profiles of the PL signal in the x y and E x plane [2] 35
2.3 The effective potential profile as a function of the distance from the current

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