Miniband formation in a quantum dot crystal

@inproceedings{Lazarenkovaa2001MinibandFI,
  title={Miniband formation in a quantum dot crystal},
  author={Olga L. Lazarenkovaa and Alexander A. Balandinb},
  year={2001}
}
  • Olga L. Lazarenkovaa, Alexander A. Balandinb
  • Published 2001
We analyze the carrier energy band structure in a three-dimensional regimented array of semiconductor quantum dots using an envelope function approximation. The coupling among quantum dots leads to a splitting of the quantized carrier energy levels of single dots and formation of three-dimensional minibands. By changing the size of quantum dots, interdot distances, barrier height, and regimentation, one can control the electronic band structure of this artificial quantum dot crystal. Results of… CONTINUE READING
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