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This book is specifically concerned with the basic electronic and optical properties of two dimensional semiconductor heterostructures based on III-V and II-Vi compounds. It explores various consequences of one-dimensional size-quantization, a genuine quantum-mechanical effect, on the most basic physical properties of heterolayers. In the last couple of decades, high-performance electronic and optoelectronic devices based on semiconductor heterostructures have been required to obtain increasingly strict and well-defined performances, needing a detailed control, at the atomic level, of the structural composition of the buried interfaces. This goal has been achieved by an improvement of the epitaxial growth techniques and 3/5(2).
This book deals with description of both characterization techniques and theoretical models needed to understand and predict the structural and electronic properties of semiconductor heterostructures and nanostructures. Comprehensive collection of the most powerful characterization techniques for semiconductor heterostructures and nanostructuresBrand: Elsevier Science. Publisher Summary. This chapter describes the electronic properties of thin semiconductor heterostructures. The simplest quantum situation to be dealt with consists of a single layer of material A embedded between two thick layers of material, where B has a bandgap larger than A, and where the band discontinuities are such that both types of carriers are confined in the A material.
As an example, the intersubband lasers discussed in this book have a broad range of previously unobtainable characteristics and associated applications as a result of the nanoscale dimensional control of the underlying semiconductor heterostructures. As this book illustrates, an astounding variety of heterostructures can be fabricated with Brand: Michael A Stroscio. The past few decades of research and development in solid-state semicon ductor physics and electronics have witnessed a rapid growth in the drive to exploit quantum mechanics in the design and function of semiconductor devices. This has been fueled for instance by the remarkable advances in our ability to fabricate nanostructures such as quantum wells, quantum wires and 3/5(2).
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This book deals with description of both characterization techniques and theoretical models needed to understand and predict the structural and electronic properties of semiconductor heterostructures. As exemplified by the chapters in this book, recent progress on advanced semiconductor heterostructures spans a truly remarkable range of scientific fields with an associated diversity of applications.
Some of these applications will undoubtedly revolutionize critically important facets of modern by: 5. Wave Mechanics Applied to Semiconductor Heterostructures (Monographs of Physics (Les Editions de Physique)) [Bastard, Gerald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Wave Mechanics Applied to Semiconductor Heterostructures (Monographs of Physics (Les Editions de Physique))Cited by: Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures” is structured so that each chapter is devoted to a specific characterization technique used in the understanding of the properties (structural, physical, chemical, electrical etc.) of semiconductor quantum wells and superlattices.
The theoretical basis and the relevant experimental knowledge underlying our present understanding of the electrical and optical properties of semiconductor heterostructures. Although such structures have been known since the s, it was only in the s that they moved to the forefront of cturer: Springer.
Purchase Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. As exemplified by the chapters in this book, recent progress on advanced semiconductor heterostructures spans a truly remarkable range of scientific fields with an associated diversity of applications.
Some of these applications will undoubtedly revolutionize critically important facets of modern technology. Wave mechanics applied to semiconductor heterostructures Paperback – January 1, by G. Bastard (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: Topics covered include semiconductor crystal structure, Bloch's theorem, the origin of complex band structure, the tight-binding model of compound semiconductor band structure, semiconductor heterostructures, and an introduction to the electrical behavior of the double heterostructure laser diode.
As exemplified by the chapters in this book, recent progress on advanced semiconductor heterostructures spans a truly remarkable range of scientific fields with an associated diversity of applications. Some of these applications will undoubtedly revolutionize critically important facets of modern technology.
Heterostructures represent an opportunity to manufacture efficient solar cells from highly absorbing thin-film materials without substantial losses through electron–hole recombination at the front surface.
This is illustrated by the structures of the CdS/CdTe and CdS/CIGS solar cells where a wide-band-gap semiconductor (here, CdS) serves as a “window” partner to a lower-band-gap “absorber” where. Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures | Henry Ehrenreich and David Turnbull (Eds.) | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. This book examines the basic electronic and optical properties of two dimensional semiconductor heterostructures based on III-V and II-VI compounds.
The book explores various consequences of one-dimensional size-quantization on the most basic physical properties of heterolayers. The book provides useful tools for performing calculations relevant to anyone who might be interested in practical applications.
The main focus of Long Wave Polar Modes in Semiconductor Heterostructures is planar heterostructures (quantum wells or barriers, superlattices, double barrier structures etc) but there is also discussion on the growing field of quantum wires and dots.
Quantum Heterostructures provides a detailed description of the key physical and engineering principles of quantum semiconductor heterostructures.
Blending important concepts from physics, materials science, and electrical engineering, it also explains clearly the behavior and operating features of modern microelectronic and optoelectronic by: In semiconductor heterostructures, differences in energy gap permit spatial confinement of injected electrons and holes, while the differences in refractive index can be used to form optical waveguides.
Semiconductor heterostructures have been used for diode lasers, light-emitting diodes, optical detector diodes, and solar cells.
This book, one of the first on the topic, discusses fundamental aspects of hot carriers in quasi-two-dimensional systems and the impact of these carriers on semiconductor devices. The work will provide scientists and device engineers with an authoritative review of the most exciting recent developments in this rapidly moving field.
Quantum Dot Heterostructures Dieter Bimberg, Marius Grundmann and Nikolai N. Ledentsov Institute of Solid State Physics, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany Quantum dots are nanometer-size semiconductor structures, and represent one of the most rapidly developing areas of current semiconductor research as increases in the speed and decreases in the size of semiconductor.
This book, the second of two volumes, describes heterostructures and optoelectronic devices made from GaN and ZnO nanowires. Over the last decade, the number of publications on GaN and ZnO nanowires has grown exponentially, in particular for their potential optical applications in LEDs, lasers, UV detectors or solar cells.
Jasprit Singh has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Jasprit Singh’s most popular book is Physics of Semiconductors and Their Heterostructures. The study of semiconductor heterostructures started more than forty years ago.
In the s this area of research moved to the forefront of semiconduc tor physics, largely due to progress in growth technologies which are now capable of producing ultrathin layers (up to a few monolayers) of different semiconductor materials.A heterojunction is an interface that occurs between two layers or regions of dissimilar semiconducting materials have unequal band gaps as opposed to a is often advantageous to engineer the electronic energy bands in many solid-state device applications, including semiconductor lasers, solar cells and transistors.Get this from a library!
Characterization of semiconductor heterostructures and nanostructures. [Carlo Lamberti;] -- "This book has a double aim: to provide the basic concept of each of the selected techniques with an approach understandable by (post)graduate students in .