Abstract

Transient gratings commonly have been used to determine ambipolar diffusion coefficients in semiconductors. The ambipolar diffusion coefficient characterizes the transport of a nonuniform distribution of equal densities of electrons and holes. We recently have demonstrated a new method that allows a measurement of the electron diffusion coefficient, which then provides both the electron and hole drift mobilities in the same sample.1

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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