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The OSU-FEI Electron Microscopy Collaboratory multiplies the number of individuals who can experience hands-on advanced microscopy techniques. The microscopy classroom allows up to 33 attendees to operate, individually and in real time, electron microscopes as if they were sitting in front of the actual instruments. The communications link, a fast backbone augmented by Internet2, allows various microscopes to be operated from the classroom or by collaborators in another city. This system transforms the training of new users from a one-person-at-a-time session with an expert operator to a group collaborative activity that can include users from around the world.
This paper reports on the substantial improvement of specimen quality by use of a low voltage (0.05 to ~1 keV), small diameter (~1 μm), argon ion beam following initial preparation using conventional broad-beam ion milling or focused ion beam. The specimens show significant reductions in the amorphous layer thickness and implanted artifacts. The targeted ion milling controls the specimen thickness according to the needs of advanced aberration-corrected and/or analytical transmission electron microscopy applications.
In this research, interband and intersubband optical properties of heavily doped n-type CdSe quantum dots were investigated by temperature dependent photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy, picosecond time-resolved PL spectroscopy and Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy. Two doped and one undoped CdSe quantum dot samples with multiple QD layers were grown over ZnCdMgSe barrier layers on InP (001) substrate by molecular beam epitaxy. Heavy doping leads to decreasing of activation energy of nonradiative recombination centers, however, does not affect the luminescence efficiency of doped quantum wells. Time resolved PL experiments show that the PL decay times of the doped samples have weak dependence on well width and are much longer than that of the undoped sample. The two doped CdSe QD samples show strong Intersubband IR absorption that peaked at 2.54 μm, 2.69 μm and 3.51 μm. The ISB absorption is found to be strongly polarization dependent due to the large size of the QDs.
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