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Title: Effect of electron spin-spin exchange interaction on spin precession in coupled quantum well
Authors: Ito, Tetsu
Shichi, Wataru
Ichida, Masao
Gotoh, Hideki
Kamada, Hidehiko
Ando, Hiroaki
Journal Title: Journal of Applied Physics
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Journal Volume: 110
Journal Issue: 3
Start Page: 033109
Issue Date: 2011-08-11
Rights: © 2011 American Institute of Physics
NDC: 427
Abstract: Electron spin-spin interaction in an asymmetric coupled quantum well (CQW) was investigated through electron spin-precession measurements. Precession (Larmor) frequencies from electrons localized in two CQWs were measured by means of polarization- and time-resolved photoluminescence measurements under a high magnetic field. At a low excitation power density, the Larmor frequency of the CQW was same as that of a single quantum well. The Larmor frequency of electron spin in one well was shifted to that in the other well as the excitation power density was increased. These experimental results are quantitatively explained by an exchange interaction between electrons localized in the two wells.
ISSN: 00218979 OPAC
DOI: 10.1063/1.3622324   
Journal NCID: AA00693547 OPAC ciniib
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