Wafer-scale production of single InGaN quantum disks (QD) ina-nanorod array with small rod diameter (> 9 nm) and low rod-density (< 108 cm 2) has been achieved without extensive processing steps. Excitation power-dependent μPL spectrum of single QD reveals multi-excitonic peak with 0.75 meV blue-shift for 3 orders of magnitude increasing power indicating the present system is spectrally stable and nearly free of quantum-confined Stark effects, due possibly to the strain relaxation induced by free surface of small rod diameters. The fully polarized emissions, a high working temperature (180 K), low rod density and good alignment, render this system promising as a potential quantum photon source.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics