Abstract

Kinetics of n=1 excitons are measured in Cu2O using femtosecond time-resolved mid-IR spectroscopy. Observed density dependent ortho- to para-exciton conversion rate is attributed to a spin-exchange collision process, in good agreement with theoretical predictions.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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