Papers by Author: D. Kaewket

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Authors: D. Kaewket, S. Sanorpim, Sukkaneste Tungasmita, R. Katayama, Kentaro Onabe
Abstract: Highly luminescence lattice-matched InxGa1-xP1-yNy/GaP single quantum wells (SQWs) on GaP (001) substrates were successfully grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy (MOVPE). High-resolution X-ray diffraction measurements established that the lattice-matched InxGa1-xP1-yNy/GaP SQWs with various In (x = 0.050, 0.080, 0.135) and N (y = 0.025, 0.048, 0.071) contents were realized with excellent crystal quality and fairly flat interfaces. The results of photoluminescence (PL) and PL-excitation (PLE) showed the strong visible light emission (yellow to red emission) from the SQWs. With increasing In and N contents, the PL peak position and the PLE absorption edge exhibited the red-shift to lower energy, indicating the lowering of the InGaPN conduction band edge. The conduction band offset (∆Ec) of the InGaAPN/GaP quantum structure was estimated to be as high as 270 to 480 meV, which depends on the In and N contents in the well. Our results demonstrate that this novel InGaPN/GaP SQW system appropriates for the fabrication of light-emitting and laser diodes.
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Authors: S. Sanorpim, D. Kaewket, Sukkaneste Tungasmita, R. Katayama, Kentaro Onabe
Abstract: Optical transitions in the In0.050Ga0.950P0.975N0.025/GaP lattice-matched single quantum wells (SQWs) with different well widths (LZ = 1.6 - 6.4 nm) have been investigated by low-temperature photoluminescence (PL) and PL-excitation (PLE). PL spectra showed the strong visible emission from the samples which attracted to a variety of optoelectronic device applications such as light emitting and laser diodes. Comparing to the bulk film, the PL peak position and the fundamental absorption edge of PLE spectra exhibit blue-shift, which is corresponded to the quantum confinement effect by the well. Comparison between the absorption edge of PLE spectra and the finite square well calculation demonstrate that the effective bandgap energy of the InGaPN/GaP system is might be originated mainly from the N-related localized states.
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