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Two-photon fluorescence imaging of GaN micro-LED arrays

McConnell, G. and Gu, E. and Griffin, C. and Jeon, C.W. and Choi, H.W. and Gurney, A.M. and Girkin, J.M. and Dawson, M.D. (2003) Two-photon fluorescence imaging of GaN micro-LED arrays. In: Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials 2003: Proceedings of the Institute of Physics Conference. Institute of Physics conference series, 180 . CRC Press, Bristol, United Kingdom, pp. 341-344. ISBN 9780750309790

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Abstract

This paper presents a simple yet powerful two-photon fluorescence imagining technique for minimally invasive evaluation of the gallium nitride based-structure deep within a Micro-LED array. By exciting the GaN-based heterostructure via two-photon absorption, the resulting fluorescence can be used to generate optical sections of the active medium within the sample.