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25 September 2021
 
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High-energy exciton transitions in quasi-two-dimensional cadmium chalcogenide nanoplatelets
Roman B. Vasiliev ; Alexander I. Lebedev ; Elizabeth P. Lazareva ; Natalia N. Shlenskaya ; Vladimir B. Zaytsev ; Alexei G. Vitukhnovsky ; Yuanzhao Yao ; Kazuaki Sakoda ;
Date 27 Mar 2017
AbstractSemiconductor nanoparticles of cadmium chalcogenides are known to exhibit pronounced thickness-dependent $E_0$ series of exciton transitions at the $Gamma$ point of the Brillouin zone (BZ). In this work, we report an experimental evidence for high-energy series of exciton transitions, which originates from BZ points different from the $Gamma$ point, in the family of cadmium chalcogenide quasi-2D nanoplatelets (NPLs). Intensive UV absorption bands demonstrating a pronounced size effect are observed for CdTe, CdSe, and CdS NPLs in addition to the $E_0$ exciton bands in the visible region. These new bands are attributed to transitions analogous to the $E_1$, $E_1+Delta_1$, and $E_2$ series observed in bulk crystals. First-principles DFT calculations of the electronic structure and absorption spectra support this explanation and show that the main contribution to these optical transitions comes from $X$ and $M$ points of the 2D BZ, which originate from $L$ and $X$ points of the 3D BZ. At the same time, the $E_0$ series of transitions at the $Gamma$ point is well described by the multiband effective-mass model. The observation of the UV exciton bands reveals tunable optical properties of cadmium chalcogenide NPLs in UV spectral region, which may be interesting for practical applications.
Source arXiv, 1703.8960
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