Giant Rydberg excitons in the copper oxide Cu2O

@article{Kazimierczuk2014GiantRE,
  title={Giant Rydberg excitons in the copper oxide Cu2O},
  author={T. Kazimierczuk and D. Fr{\"o}hlich and S. Scheel and H. Stolz and M. Bayer},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014},
  volume={514},
  pages={343-347}
}
A highly excited atom having an electron that has moved into a level with large principal quantum number is a hydrogen-like object, termed a Rydberg atom. The giant size of Rydberg atoms leads to huge interaction effects. Monitoring these interactions has provided insights into atomic and molecular physics on the single-quantum level. Excitons—the fundamental optical excitations in semiconductors, consisting of an electron and a positively charged hole—are the condensed-matter analogues of… Expand
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