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Sub-300 nm UV LEDs with Defect Reduction Layer and Vertical-injection Architecture

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Abstract

We present UV LEDs operating at wavelengths below 300 nm. The heterostructure features a defect reduction layer that bends threading dislocations away from the active region. Vertical-injection structures were fabricated via laser lift-off.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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