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Dataset: Polarisation-controlled single photon emission at high temperatures from InGaN quantum dots

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Condensed Matter Physics
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University of Cambridge
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University of Cambridge
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Condensed Matter Physics
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University of Cambridge
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EP/M012379/1 and EP/M011682/1
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University of Oxford
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2017
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The data was taken with temperature-dependent time-integrated, time-resolved, and polarisation-resolved microphotoluminescence, and Hanbury Brown and Twiss experiments from 5 to 250 K. The purpose is to investigate whether non-polar a-plane quantum dots can act as high temperature single photon sources with optical polarisation control beyond the 200 K Peltier cooling threshold. All data were taken during April-May 2016.

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