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Semiconductor physics

by sdeliver645
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Jul21-03, 11:54 AM
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I have a few specific questions that perhaps some can help me answer. I will post them in this thread, and am willing to help answer any questions others may have.


1/ Is the reason triplet excitons can't recombine radiatively because of the Pauli Exclusion Principle.

2/ What is the coupling mechanism that binds one exciton to another in the object called a "biexciton"

3/ What is a "dark exciton"
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