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Enhancement of ultrafast conductivity in surface-passivated GaAs

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Optical-pump/terahertz-probe spectroscopy and terahertz emission spectroscopy were used to measure the conductivity and surface electric field change resulting from passivating the surface of GaAs. An enhanced terahertz radiation generation from passivated photoconductive antenna was observed.

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