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VOLUME 34 | ISSUE 6 | PAGE 345
Quantum size effect in three-dimensional microscopic semiconductor crystals
The exciton absorption spectrum of microscopic CuCl crystals grown in a transparent dielectric matrix has been studied. The size of the microscopic crystals was varied in a controlled manner from several tens of angstroms to hundreds of angstroms. There is a short-wave shift (of up to 0,1 eV) of the exciton absorption lines, caused by a quantum size effect.




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