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24 May 1999 Femtosecond spectroscopy in GaN with tunable UV pulses
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The hot electron relaxation dynamics is studied in n-type GaN films grown on sapphire by molecular beam epitaxy. A novel femtosecond pump-probe technique is used in which the electrons are excited by an infrared pump and the carrier dynamics are monitored by a tunable near UV probe. Complex transients, showing bleaching and induced absorption, are observed. The data are fitted by a model in which the LO- phonon emission is the dominant energy relaxation process. The LO-phonon emission time is measured to be 0.2 ps. Above- bandgap pump-probe experiments, in which the electrons are excited by a near ultraviolet (UV) pump from the valence band and probed by a tunable near UV pulse are also performed. They show that the carrier dynamics vary with the probe wavelengths.
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Hong Ye, Gary W. Wicks, and Philippe M. Fauchet "Femtosecond spectroscopy in GaN with tunable UV pulses", Proc. SPIE 3624, Ultrafast Phenomena in Semiconductors III, (24 May 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.349294
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