2 edition of Electrical and optical properties of III-V semiconductors found in the catalog.
Electrical and optical properties of III-V semiconductors
|Statement||edited by N. G. Basov ; translated from Russian by Albin Tybulewicz.|
|Series||Proceedings (Trudy) of the P. N. Lebedev Physics Institute ; v. 89, Trudy Fizicheskogo instituta., v. 89.|
|Contributions||Basov, N. G. 1922-|
|LC Classifications||QC1 .A4114 vol. 89, QC611 .A4114 vol. 89|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||77026132|
The book begins with the discussion of band structure and basic optical properties of III-nitride semiconductors, and then it goes on to the properties of their low-dimensional structures. It further covers different optoelectronic systems, such as LEDs, lasers, photodetectors and optoelectronic integrated circuits. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XII, Seiten: Diagramme: Contents: 1. Introduction to Semiconductor Band Structures.- Electronic States in Crystalline Solids.- The One-Electron Approximation.- Bloch Waves and the Band Structure Model.- Band Structure of III-V Semiconductors.- Some General Properties of Multi-Valley .
Semiconductor crystal used for IC etc. is high purity single crystal silicon of %, but when actually making a circuit, impurities are added to control the electrical properties. Depending on the added impurities, they become n-type and p-type semiconductors. The main purpose of this book is to provide a comprehensive treatment of the materials aspects of group-IV, III−V and II−VI semiconductor alloys used in various electronic and optoelectronic devices. The topics covered in this book include the structural, thermal, mechanical, lattice vibronic, electronic, optical and carrier transport properties of such semiconductor alloys.
Beginning with an introduction to the basics of semiconductor physics, it presents an overview of the physics and preparation of compound semiconductor materials, as well as a detailed look at the electrical and optical properties of compound semiconductor heterostructures. The book concludes with chapters dedicated to a number of. Revised and fully updated, the second edition of this graduate textbook offers a comprehensive explanation of the technology and physics of LEDs such as infrared, visible-spectrum, ultraviolet, and white LEDs made from III-V semiconductors. Elementary properties such as electrical and optical characteristics are reviewed, followed by the analysis of advanced device structures.5/5(4).
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[N G Basov;]. III-Nitride Semiconductors: Electrical, Structural and Defects Properties Chapter 9 - Residual stress in III–V nitrides. Nora V. Edwards. Pages because they appear to form the first semiconductor system in which extended defects do not severely affect the optical properties of devices.
The volume consists of chapters written. The monograph Optical Properties of III-V Semiconductors is concerned with the III-V bulk and low-dimensional semiconductors with the emphasis on performance features in opto-electronic devices.
The optical response of such materials with multi-valley band structures is determined by many-body effects like screening, gap narrowing, Fermi-edge. J.W. Haus, in Fundamentals and Applications of Nanophotonics, Doping. Semiconductors are noted for their ability to incorporate doping impurities into their lattice.
The electrical and optical properties of semiconductors can be modified by doping with atoms. Impurities can either donate an electron to the conduction band, so called donors create n-doped materials, or accept an.
The objective of this book is two-fold: to examine key properties of III-V compounds and to present diverse material parameters and constants of these semiconductors for a variety of basic research and device applications.
Emphasis is placed on material properties not only of. Provides a semi-quantitative approach to recent developments in the study of optical properties of condensed matter systems.
Featuring contributions by noted experts in the field of electronic and optoelectronic materials and photonics, this book looks at the optical properties of materials as well as their physical processes and various classes.
The optical properties of semiconductor NCs are determined by factors such as size, shape, surface and bulk defects, impurities, and crystallinity. The dependence on the NC size, the parameter that exerts the greatest influence, arises from changes to the surface-to-volume ratio with size, and quantum confinement, which modifies the density of.
Semiconductor III–V compounds, those made from columns three and five elements of the periodic table, are important for a wide range of optical and electronic devices.
For example, optical devices from these materials range from lasers for telecommunications, for chemical sensing, and for cutting tools; a wide variety of light-emitting diodes.
Chapter 6 Electrical Properties Scattering Processes a Lattice Scattering by Acoustic Modes b Lattice Scattering by Optical Modes c Impurity Scattering d Carrier-Carrier Scattering e Mobility in III-V Compounds Carrier Transport Properties a Consequences of a Large Mobility Ratio b Indium Antimonide c Indium Arsenide.
Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the band structure of group III–V element. Many of the electrical and optical properties of a pure semiconductor can be explained in terms of a band structure, which is the energy E(k) of an electron expressed as a function of its wave number vector k.
As the starting point in creating the database served the voluminous reference book "Handbook Series on Semiconductor Parameters" vol.
1,2 edited by M. Levinstein, S. Rumyantsev and M. Shur, World Scientific, London,We express sincere gratitude to M.E. Levinstein for help and attention to. His investigations on optical properties of III–V multi-valley semiconductors formed the basis of his Habilitation Thesis () which was also published in Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences.
A second research focus in this time was the understanding of fundamental exciton and pair recombination mechanisms in the search for laser.
* to discuss the key properties of the group-IV, III-V and II-VI semiconductors * to systemize these properties from a solid-state physics aspect The majority of the text is devoted to the description of the lattice structural, thermal, elastic, lattice dynamic, electronic energy-band structural, optical and carrier transport properties of.
Almost all the semiconductors of practical interest are the group-IV, III-V and II-VI semiconductors and the range of technical applications of such semiconductors is extremely wide. The purpose of this book is twofold: * to discuss the key properties of the group-IV, III-V and II-VI semiconductors * to systemize these properties from a solid-state physics aspect The majority of the text is.
semiconductor materials with optical and electrical properties tailored to specific needs •Understand and design electrical and optical devices including advanced diodes, LEDs, LASER diodes, transistors (BJT and FET), and advanced device concepts such as microwave compound semiconductors and state of the art devices.
Quasi van der Waals epitaxy (QvdWE) of III-V semiconductors on two-dimensional layered material, such as graphene, is discussed. Layered materials are used as a lattice mismatch/thermal expansion coefficient mismatch-relieving layer to integrate III-V semiconductors on any arbitrary substrates.
In this chapter, the epitaxial growth of both III–V nanowires and thin films on. This book presents an overview of the current understanding of the physics of zero-dimensional semiconductors.
It concentrates mainly on quantum dots of wide-gap semiconductors, but touches also on zero-dimensional systems based on silicon and III-V materials. The optical properties provide useful information for deriving the band struc tures, a knowledge of which is required for an interpretation of measurements on the electronic properties.
The chapters by Dr Evans, Dr Williams and Dr Bordas describe different techniques which have provided much detailed data on this subject.
An interesting Format: Hardcover. Dr. Manasreh is also a series editor for the technical book series, Nanoscience &Technology, published by McGraw-Hill. He has extensive experience in the experimental and theoretical optoelectronic properties of III-V semiconductors, superlattices, nanostructures, and related devices.
Indium tin oxide (ITO) is a ternary composition of indium, tin and oxygen in varying proportions. Depending on the oxygen content, it can either be described as a ceramic or tin oxide is typically encountered as an oxygen-saturated composition with a formulation of 74% In, 18% O 2, and 8% Sn by -saturated compositions are so typical, that unsaturated compositions are.Get this from a library!
Optical properties of III-V semiconductors: the influence of multi-valley bandstructures. [H Kalt].Focusing on helping researchers and engineers involved in III-V compound semiconductor thin film growth and processing, this text shows the mechanism of degradation, detailing the major degradation modes of optical devices fabricated from three different systems, and describing methods for elimination of defect-generating mechanisms.