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Rev Sci Instrum ; 92(12): 123909, 2021 Dec 01.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34972398


We present an experimental setup developed to perform optical spectroscopy experiments (Raman scattering and photoluminescence measurements) with a micrometer spatial resolution in an extreme environment of low temperature, high magnetic field, and high pressure. This unique experimental setup, to the best of our knowledge, allows us to deeply explore the phase diagram of condensed matter systems by independently tuning these three thermodynamic parameters while monitoring the low-energy excitations (electronic, phononic, or magnetic excitations) to spatially map the Raman scattering response or to investigate objects with low dimensions. We apply this technique to bulk FePS3, a layered antiferromagnet with a Néel temperature of T ≈ 120 K.

Nanotechnology ; 29(32): 325705, 2018 Aug 10.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29781447


Embedding a WS2 monolayer in flakes of hexagonal boron nitride allowed us to resolve and study the photoluminescence response due to both singlet and triplet states of negatively charged excitons (trions) in this atomically thin semiconductor. The energy separation between the singlet and triplet states has been found to be relatively small reflecting rather weak effects of the electron-electron exchange interaction for the trion triplet in a WS2 monolayer, which involves two electrons with the same spin but from different valleys. Polarization-resolved experiments demonstrate that the helicity of the excitation light is better preserved in the emission spectrum of the triplet trion than in that of the singlet trion. Finally, the singlet (intravalley) trions are found to be observable even at ambient conditions whereas the emission due to the triplet (intervalley) trions is only efficient at low temperatures.