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wires and quantum dots, as well as more complex heterostructures such as those used
in commercial LEDs. If this is done, this strain mapping technique should be applicable
to all semiconductor light-emitters which exhibit phonon replicas in their PL spectra.
This includes a wide range of common light-emitters, and many of those that are
currently under investigation for future applications. Figure 4.8 shows a map of those
semiconductors which are currently known to exhibit phonon replicas.
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