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June 19th, 2003
Capturing Excitons in Transition
A team of scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, using simultaneous ultrashort flashes of near-infrared and far-infrared terahertz electromagnetic radiation, created and observed electron-hole gases in semiconductor quantum wells as they changed from electrical insulators to conductors and back to insulators again.
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