The device was placed in a continuous flow cryostat at 10 K. The external NIR excitation was provided by a continuous-wave tunable titanium-sapphire laser with an output power set to 2 mW. Although all polarizations of the NIR pump were equivalent for the SFG process (polarization in the plane of the semiconductor layers), we chose a NIR polarization parallel to the slit direction to avoid plasmonic effects on the metal edges. The sideband signal, which may be generated during either forward or backward paths of the pump, with the same polarization as the pump, was detected using a grating spectrometer coupled to a charge-coupled device array.

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