K. Watanabe's research while affiliated with University of Wuerzburg and other places

Publications (2)

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We have investigated optical properties of ZnTe epilayers, Zn1−xMgxSeyTe1−y epilayers, and ZnTe/Zn1−xMgxSeyTe1−y quantum wells (QWs) grown on (100)-InAs substrates by molecular beam epitaxy. We observed several sharp photoluminescence lines close to the excitonic position and no detectable luminescence from deep levels in ZnTe epilayers. Bright lum...
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ZnTe and CdSe with lattice constants of 6.10 and 6.09 Å are nearly lattice matched to InAs with a lattice parameter of 6.06 Å. InAs is available as a high quality substrate material for molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Reflection high energy electron diffraction (RHEED) and X-ray diffraction studies have been performed to investigate the nature of the...

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... In addition, the lattice parameters of zinc-blende MgSe [29,30] and MgTe [24,31] as well as rock-salt MgSe [17] and MgTe [18] were investigated. Experimental studies on their electronic properties indicate that ZnSe and ZnTe as well as MgSe and MgTe are wide direct fundamental band gap (Γ-Γ) semiconductors in their B3 phase [31,32]. ...
... The potential of such materials for use in different application areas has been established based on experimental studies of the electronic structure [22][23][24][25], optical properties [26,27], and elastic properties [28,29] of bulk CdSe, CdTe, ZnSe, and ZnTe. Experimentally, growth and optical characterization of CdSe thin films [30], characterization of the photosensitivity of CdSe thin films [31], photovoltaic applications of CdTe thin films [32], optical characterization of nanocrystalline CdTe thin films for solar cell applications [33], optical characterization of ZnSe thin films [34], deposition as well as structural and electrical characterization of ZnTe thin films [35], photoluminescence study of ZnTe thin films [36], structural and optical characterization of ZnTe epilayers [37], etc. have been performed for use in different potential applications. ...