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Magnetic tuning of tunnel coupling between InAsP double quantum dots in InP nanowires

@inproceedings{Phoenix2021MagneticTO,
  title={Magnetic tuning of tunnel coupling between InAsP double quantum dots in InP nanowires},
  author={Jason Phoenix and Marek Korkusinski and Dan Dalacu and Philip J. Poole and Piotr Zawadzki and Sergei Studenikin and Robin L. Williams and Andrew S. Sachrajda and Louis Gaudreau},
  year={2021}
}
We study experimentally and theoretically the in-plane magnetic field dependence of the coupling between dots forming a vertically stacked double dot molecule. The InAsP molecule is grown epitaxially in an InP nanowire and interrogated optically at millikelvin temperatures. The strength of interdot tunneling, leading to the formation of the bonding-antibonding pair of molecular orbitals, is investigated by adjusting the sample geometry. For specific geometries, we show that the interdot… Expand

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