Abstract

In this article, a new data treatment based on time-resolved photoluminescence is presented. It works as a streak camera for infrared. A time-resolved photoluminescence spectrum for the HgCd0.33Te0.67 sample at 120 K was performed and analyzed. Typical time-resolved photoluminescence measurements, to compare our results with literature, were conducted. An interpretation of the behavior for three different time constants found in the signal is proposed.

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