Abstract

We investigated the passivation of III-V semiconductor nanostructures using wet-chemical ammonium sulfide treatment and SiOx encapsulation. We achieved an ultra-low surface recombination velocity value of ~530 cm/s enabling the future development of high-performance room-temperature nanolasers.

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