Abstract

Time-resolved fluorescence measurements of single-wall carbon nanotubes reveal carrier trapping rates as fast as 0.1ps-1. This rate, combined with the experimental absolute fluorescence quantum efficiency, yields radiative lifetimes of ~100ns. For excitation with multiple electron-hole pairs, Auger recombination dominates the nanotube decay dynamics.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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