Transport of indirect excitons in ZnO quantum wells.

@article{Kuznetsova2015TransportOI,
  title={Transport of indirect excitons in ZnO quantum wells.},
  author={Yuliya Y. Kuznetsova and Fedor Fedichkin and Peristera Andreakou and E. V. Calman and L V Butov and Pierre Lefebvre and Thierry Bretagnon and Thierry Guillet and Maria Vladimirova and C. Morhain and J. M. Chauveau},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={40 15},
  pages={
          3667-70
        }
}
We report on spatially- and time-resolved emission measurements and observation of transport of indirect excitons in ZnO/MgZnO wide single quantum wells. 

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