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14 March 2016Excitonic effects in quantum dot intraband spectroscopy indicating the formation of bound continuum excitons
We present a theoretical analysis of Coulomb induced effects on intraband transitions between bound quantum dot and unbound continuum states of the host material. The intraband adsorption spectra show characteristic spectral signatures. In particular, the numerical results confirms the existence of bound excitons consisting of a localized carrier inside the quantum dot and a delocalized carrier of the continuum, which are spatially delocalized in the vicinity of the quantum dot.
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Sandra C. Kuhn, Marten Richter, "Excitonic effects in quantum dot intraband spectroscopy indicating the formation of bound continuum excitons," Proc. SPIE 9746, Ultrafast Phenomena and Nanophotonics XX, 97460A (14 March 2016);