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Switchable dissociation of excitons bound at strained CdTe/CdS interfaces

2018-12-06, Enders, Florian, Budweg, Arne, Zeng, Peng, Lauth, Jannika, Smith, Trevor A., Brida, Daniele, Boldt, Klaus

Charge carrier dynamics of semiconductor nano-heterostructures are determined by band alignment and lattice mismatch of the adjacent materials. However, quantum efficiencies for the separation of excited charge carriers at such an interface are hard to predict and cannot yet be easily controlled. In this work we examine nanorods with a severely strained, axial CdTe/CdS interface using femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy. We show that charge separation is mitigated by equal contributions of valence band distortion and formation of coulomb pairs across the interface. Left undisturbed such localised excitons relax rapidly via non-radiative recombination channels. By adding a competitive hole acceptor that disrupts the coulomb interaction we overcome the synergetic co-localisation of the carriers and realise charge separation. The thus created long-lived state can be exploited for a broad range of applications such as photocatalysis, water splitting, and switchable nanodevices.

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Stable single-photon emission by quantum dot/polymer hybrid particles

2013-07-25, Negele, Carla, Haase, Johannes, Budweg, Arne, Leitenstorfer, Alfred, Mecking, Stefan

Colloidal quantum dots are well-established probes for quantum optical experiments. However, they possess a limited stability toward their environment. Herein, the generation of hybrid particles composed of a high optical quality quantum dot centered in a polymer particle by means of a miniemulsion polymerization procedure is reported. This embedding strongly enhances emission intensity and photochemical stability of these single-photon emitters. At the same time, their colloidal mobile nature is not compromised.