Room-temperature photoluminescence from erbium-doped multilayer porous silicon microcavity
Zhou, Y., Snow, P. A. and Russell, P. S. J., 2001. Room-temperature photoluminescence from erbium-doped multilayer porous silicon microcavity. Materials Science and Engineering : B, 81 (1-3), pp. 40-42.
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A multilayer microcavity was electrochemically etched on a silicon substrate and doped with erbium. Thermal processing under a nitrogen atmosphere optically activated the erbium-ions. Photo-pumping yielded room temperature emission around 1.54 μm from the erbium-doped samples with the emitted light strongly modified by the microcavity structure. Emission spectra with a peak at 1.536 μm had a full width at half maximum of ∼6 nm.
|Creators||Zhou, Y., Snow, P. A. and Russell, P. S. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000168392800010|
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