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Influence of Optical Phonons on Optical Transitions in Semiconductor Quantum Dots

By Cheche Tiberius and Emil Barna

Submitted: April 28th 2011Reviewed: January 30th 2012Published: June 13th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34167

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Cheche Tiberius and Emil Barna (June 13th 2012). Influence of Optical Phonons on Optical Transitions in Semiconductor Quantum Dots, Fingerprints in the Optical and Transport Properties of Quantum Dots, Ameenah Al-Ahmadi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/34167. Available from:

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