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# Electron and hole g tensors of neutral and charged excitons in single quantum dots by high-resolution photocurrent spectroscopy

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posted on 2023-11-30, 20:10 authored by Shiyao Wu, Kai Peng, Xin Xie, Jingnan Yang, Shan Xiao, Feilong Song, Jianchen Dang, Sibai Sun, Longlong Yang, Yunuan Wang, Shushu Shi, Jiongji He, Zhanchun Zuo, Xiulai XuWe report a high-resolution photocurrent (PC) spectroscopy of a single self-assembled InAs/GaAs quantum dot (QD) embedded in an n-i-Schottky device with an applied vector magnetic field. The PC spectra of positively charged exciton (X$^+$) and neutral exciton (X$^0$) are obtained by two-color resonant excitation. With an applied magnetic field in Voigt geometry, the double $\Lambda$ energy level structure of X$^+$ and the dark states of X$^0$ are observed in PC spectra clearly. In Faraday geometry, the PC amplitude of X$^+$ decreases and then quenches with the increasing of the magnetic field, which provides a new way to determine the relative sign of the electron and the hole g-factors. With an applied vector magnetic field, the electron and the hole g-factor tensors of X$^+$ and X$^0$ are obtained. The anisotropy of the hole g-factors of both X$^+$ and X$^0$ is larger than that of the electron.