Simple and Multi-layered Quantum dot in various structures

Manu Mitra

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Abstract: Quantum dots have interesting optical properties. They absorb incoming light of one color and emit out light of a completely different color. This research paper discloses eigen states of a simple and multilayer quantum dot in various structures for cuboid, cylinder, dome, cone, and pyramid, and its three-dimensional wave function, energy states, light and dark transitions (X-polarized), light and dark transitions (Y-polarized), light and dark transitions (Zpolarized), light and dark transitions (phi = 0 and theta= 45), absorption (phi = 0 and theta = 45), absorption sweep of angle theta, and integrated absorption are plotted and the observations of high peak values are noted and documented.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26689/jera.v2i4.509

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