Binding Energy of Exciton in Quantum Dots with the Central-cell Correction Depending on the Dot Sizes
AbstractThe binding energy of exciton in quantum dots with a parabolic confinement potential was calculated by variational methods beyond the Kohn-Luttinger effective mass theory, when the central-cell correction was taken into account.We have assumed that a short range potential with two parameters for strength and range for exciton, representing the center-cell effect also depends on dot size. Our result is in good agreement with experiment.
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Thao, T. T., & Viet, N. A. (2007). Binding Energy of Exciton in Quantum Dots with the Central-cell Correction Depending on the Dot Sizes. Communications in Physics, 14(2), 95–99. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/14/2/10700
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