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Phenomena in cold exciton gases

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Joint TCM/OE seminar

Bound electron-hole pairs – excitons – are light Bose particles. They have a relatively high temperature of quantum degeneracy, of the order of a few kelvin. The exciton gases with temperatures even well below 1 Kelvin can be realized in coupled quantum well structures. We present an overview of coherence, condensation, ordering, and other phenomena in the cold exciton gases.

This talk is part of the Irregular seminars in TCM series.

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