The Mystery of the Ring: Emission from Excitons in quantum wells. 1. Formation Mechanism and Low-Temperature Instability of Exciton Rings / 2. Charge Separation of Dense Two-Dimensional Electron-Hole Gases: Mechanism for Exciton Ring Pattern Formation

Posted in Journal Articles on April 1, 2004 at 1:27 pm by JCCMP

1. Formation Mechanism and Low-Temperature Instability of Exciton Rings

Authors: L.V.Butov et al.

http://arXiv.org/cond-mat/0308117

Phys.Rev. Letters, 92, 117404 (2004)

2. Charge Separation of Dense Two-Dimensional Electron-Hole Gases: Mechanism for Exciton Ring Pattern Formation

Authors: R.Rapaport et al.

http://arXiv.org/cond-mat/0308150

Phys. Rev. Letters, 92, 117405, (2004)

Recommended and a Commentary by: Peter Littlewood, University of Cambridge and National High field Magnet Lab. Los Alamos | View Commentary (pdf) |

(JCCM_Apr04_03)

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