Exchange Splitting of Zero-Dimensional Exciton Levels
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A theory of nonanalytic (long-range) exchange interaction between an electron and a hole is developed for zero-dimensional excitons in semiconductor nanostructures. Two particular cases are considered in detail: (i) that of exciton confined in a spherical nanocrystal and (ii) a quantum-well exciton localized as a whole on an anisotropic island of well-width monolayer fluctuation.
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