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Ultrafast Photoluminescence without Phonon Scattering Due to Nonlocal Light-Matter Interaction

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Ultrafast radiative recombination of confined excitons in a semiconductor mesoscopic thin film has been investigated by temperature dependence of photoluminescence spectra. Sub-100 fs radiative decay competes with phonon scattering even at room temperature.

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