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Mesa-height Dependent Quantum Efficiency Characteristics of InGaN Micro-LEDs

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The mechanisms of mesa-height dependent efficiency and efficiency droop of blue InGaN/GaN micro-LED is presented. Device with a large etch-depth (> 1.3 µm) shows significant strain relief with aggravated current crowding.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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