Abstract

Polariton lasing under electrical pumping is observed in a GaAs multi-quantum-well microcavity diode. Lasing in the strong-coupling regime is unambiguously evidenced by detection of Zeeman-split emission in an external magnetic field as a result of the polaritons’ excitonic content.

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