6 edition of Compound Semiconductors 2002 found in the catalog.
September 1, 2003
by Taylor & Francis
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||492|
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This book provides an overview of compound semiconductor materials and their technology. After presenting a theoretical background, it describes the relevant material preparation technologies for bulk and thin-layer epitaxial growth. It then briefly discusses the electrical, optical, and structural properties of semiconductors, complemented by 5/5(1).
Compound Semiconductors book. Compound Semiconductors DOI link for Compound Semiconductors Compound Semiconductors book. Edited By Y Arakawa, Y. Hirayama, K Kishino, H Yamaguchi. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 30 September Pub. location Boca Raton.
Imprint CRC Press. DOI https://doi Cited by: 5. A timely resource for the established researcher, this book serves as a comprehensive and illustrated reference on material science, crystal growth, metrology, detector physics, and spectroscopy.
It can also be used as a textbook for those new to the field of compound semiconductors and their application to radiation detection and measurement.3/5(1).
This book reviews the recent advances and current technologies used to produce microelectronic and Compound Semiconductors 2002 book devices from compound semiconductors.
It provides a complete overview of the technologies necessary to grow bulk single-crystal substrates, grow hetero-or homoepitaxial films, and process advanced devices such as HBT's, QW diode. Compound semiconductors provide capabilities in optoelectronics that cannot be obtained from silicon or germanium.
One of the challenges of compound semiconductors is the presence of surface defects that introduce states within the bandgap, leading to surface charge carrier recombination and a degradation of optoelectronic performance [, The book describes developments in the crystal growth of bulk II-VI semiconductor materials.
A fundamental, systematic, and in-depth study of the physical vapor transport (PVT) growth process is the k. A compound semiconductor is a semiconductor compound composed of chemical elements of at least two different species. These semiconductors typically form in periodic table groups 13–15 (old groups III–V), for example of elements from the Boron group (old group III, boron, aluminium, gallium, indium) and from group 15 (old group V, nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, bismuth).
Semiconductor devices, the basic components of integrated circuits, are responsible for the rapid growth of the electronics industry over the past fifty years. Because there is a growing need for faster and more complex systems for the information age, existing semiconductor devices are constantly being studied for improvement, and new ones are.
The UK has been conducting compound semiconductor research for over 20 years and has invested nearly £m in research into compound semiconductor materials and the application of semiconductor devices. With the market expected to grow to £ billion bythe UK is aiming to be a global force in compound semiconductors.
In the last part of the book, the physics and functionality of optoelectronic and electronic device structures (LEDs, laser diodes, solar cells, field-effect and heterojunction bipolar transistors) are discussed on the basis of the specific properties of compound semiconductors presented in the preceding chapters of the book.
This book discusses the applications of metalorganic chemistry for the vapor phase deposition of compound semiconductors. Vapor phase methods used for semiconductor deposition and the materials properties that make the organometallic precursors useful in the electronics industry are discussed for a variety of materials.
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Get this from a library. Compound semiconductors proceedings of the twenty-ninth International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors held in Lausanne, Switzerland, October [M Ilegems; Günter Weimann; Joachim Wagner; Institute of Physics (Great Britain);].
The book presents the most up-to-date developments in semiconductor physics and nano-engineering, with a particular focus on specific areas like compound semiconductors, crystal growth techniques and silicon and compound semiconductor device technology.
The book uses a thorough set of sample problems, including the use of clear and detailed. compound semiconductors, because they are compounds of two or more elements.
This book is a guide to the science, technology, and applications of the most important of these semiconductors, composed of one element from column III, and one from column V, of the Periodic Table -- the so-called compound III-V semiconductors, such as GaAs, InP and GaN.
"This comprehensive book grew out of Alan Owens' previous publication, Compound Semiconductor Radiation Detectors (, CRC Press). It is completely updated and expanded and serves as a self-contained compendium examining all types of semiconductors and how they can be used in radiation detection applications.
For contributions to III-V compound semiconductor optoelectronic device integration Ralph James: For contributions to and leadership in the development of wide band-gap compound semiconductor devices used for detecting and imaging X- and gamma-ray radiation Handbook of Semiconductor Nanostructures and Nanodevices edited K.L.
Wand and A.A. Balandin, American Scientific Publishers, published [More About This Book] "Quantum Photovoltaic Devices Based on Antimony Compound Semiconductors" Y.
Wei, A. Gin and M. Razeghi - p. in Mid-Infrared Optoelectronics. This book reviews the recent progress of such novel nanowire systems and covers a wide range of aspects ranging from epitaxial growth to device applications.
Ishikawa has worked on the molecular beam epitaxy of compound semiconductors throughout his career. Chemistry and Biology at Linköping University, Sweden.
Inshe was awarded. The technique of ion implantation has become a very useful and stable technique in the field of semiconductor device fabrication. This use of ion implantation is being adopted by industry. Another imp. Compound Semiconductor Device Physics (The Open Edition) Sandip Tiwari Original Publisher: ACADEMIC PRESS Originally published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers This open book is made available under the Creative Commons License with Attribution license terms; you are free to share and distribute with attribution.Other than elemental and compound semiconductors, semiconductor alloys also exist and are extremely useful.
For example Si1-x Gex is a binary allows of Si and Ge and the lattice of Si1-x Gex consists of x fraction of Ge atoms and 1-x fraction of Si atoms arranged randomly.
On the other hand SiC is a compound semiconductor with zinc blende Lattice.Published PVs from the ECS Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT (Fall ) PV State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors XXXVII (SOTAPOCS XXXVII) / Narrow Bandgap Optoelectronic Materials and Devices-- P.
C. Chang, W.K. Chan, D. N. Buckley and A. G. Baca; $60 member, $72 nonmember, pages -- This book consists of papers on the most recent .