Abstract

Large and ultra-fast transient reflectivity and transmissivity are recorded via pump (λ=325nm) and probe (λ=1300nm) experiments on aluminum-doped zinc oxide thin films engineered to possess ultra-fast electron-hole recombination and epsilon-near-zero behavior in the NIR.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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