Shape and confinement control in mid and far infrared nanocrystals

Abstract : In this paper, we discuss recent progress obtained on infrared nanocrystal based on mercury chalcogenides (HgTe and HgSe). These materials can become some key building blocks for the next generation of infrared optoelectronic devices. To reach this goal, the infrared nanocrystals need to combine fine control on the optical features and efficient electronic transport. Here, we report about (i) the development of HgTe NPL for enhanced optical features (narrower and faster PL) in the near IR and (ii) about the development of self-doped nanocrystals of HgSe to demonstrate tunable intraband absorption up to the THz range.
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SPIE photonic west 2017, Jan 2017, San francisco, United States. 〈10.1117/12.2250160〉
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Clément Livache, Bertille Martinez, Eva Izquierdo, Marion Dufour, Hervé Cruguel, et al.. Shape and confinement control in mid and far infrared nanocrystals . SPIE photonic west 2017, Jan 2017, San francisco, United States. 〈10.1117/12.2250160〉. 〈hal-01476634〉

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