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How to calculate radiative transition rate of exciton in a quantum dot with specific dimension?
I am writing rate equations for a nanophotonic system including three quantum dots. I need to calculate that radiative transition rates of exciton in ground state in those quantum dots. In the paper ...
Dec 14 '12 at 22:51
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