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Charge Asymmetric Resonance Tunneling (CART) LED

Commonly a single quantum well or multiple quantum wells are used as the active layer in LEDs. For fabrication of a highly efficient device the number of carriers recombined inside the active layer should be maximized and the number of carriers recombined outside the active layer should be minimized. This needs optimization of capture rates for electrons and holes into the active layer.

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