Abstract

We investigated ultrafast optical response of coupled excitons in ZnO thin films by transient grating method. Femtosecond radiative decay via radiation-induced interaction between A and B excitons along with nonlocal interaction between light and exciton was observed in the film with mesoscopic thickness between nanometers and micrometers.

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