Abstract

Summary Terahertz time-resolved conductivity measurements supported by classical simulations of photocarrier motion provide length scales of the charge localization within nanocrystals and their clusters and characterize the conductive coupling between them on the ultrafast time scale.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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