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1 Jiang Wu (ed.) Quantum dot solar cells I02386 eBook  
2 Aliaksei Charnukha Charge dynamics in 122 iron-based superconductors I02364 eBook  
3 Samuel David Littlejohn Electrical properties of graphite nanoparticles in silicone I02346 eBook  
4 Luis Plaja (ed.) Attosecond physics I02310 eBook  
5 Sitangshu Bhattacharya Fowler-Nordheim field emission I01813 2012 eBook  
6 D.K. Avasthi Swift heavy ions for materials engineering and nanostructuring I01760 2011 eBook  
7 Andr�e D. Bandrauk (ed.) Quantum dynamic imaging I01746 2011 eBook  
8 Shiva Kumar (ed.) Impact of nonlinearities on fiber optic communications I01576 2011 eBook  
9 Karl W. B�oer Introduction to space charge effects in semiconductors I01167 2010 eBook  
10 by Edmund G. Seebauer Charged semiconductor defects I00917 2009 eBook  
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TitleQuantum dot solar cells
Author(s)Jiang Wu (ed.);Zhiming M. Wang (ed.)
Description1 online resource (xiv, 387 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Abstract NoteThe third generation of solar cells includes those based on semiconductor quantum dots. This sophisticated technology applies nanotechnology and quantum mechanics theory to enhance the performance of ordinary solar cells. Although a practical application of quantum dot solar cells has yet to be achieved, a large number of theoretical calculations and experimental studies have confirmed the potential for meeting the requirement for ultra-high conversion efficiency. In this book, high-profile scientists have contributed tutorial chapters that outline the methods used in and the results of various quantum dot solar cell designs, including quantum dot intermediate band solar cells, hot electron quantum dot solar cells, quantum-dot sensitized solar cells, colloidal quantum dot solar cells, hybrid polymer-quantum dot solar cells, and MEG quantum dot solar cells. Both theoretical and experimental approaches are described. Quantum Dot Solar Cells helps to connect the fundamental laws of physics and the chemistry of materials with advances in device design and performance. The book can be recommended for a broad audience of chemists, electrical engineers, and materials scientists, and is suitable for use in courses on materials and device design for advanced and future optoelectronics
Contents NoteRecent Progress in Colloidal Quantum Dot Sensitized Solar Cells -- Hierarchically Nanostructured Photoelectrodes for Quantum-Dot-Sensitized Solar Cells -- Hybrid Optoelectronic Devices with Colloidal Quantum Dots -- Control of photoinduced charge transfer in semiconducting quantum dot-based hybrids -- Theory of Quantum Dot Arrays for Solar Cell Devices -- Material Selection for the Quantum Dot Intermediate Band Solar Cell -- AlGaInAs quantum dots for intermediate band formation in solar cell devices -- Requisites for highly efficient hot-carrier solar cells -- Increasing Efficiency with Multiple Exciton Generation -- Graphene Quantum dot based organic solar cells -- Graphene and Quantum Dot Nanocomposites for Photovoltaic Devices -- The Dynamics of Multiple Exciton Generation in Semiconductor Quantum Dots -- Light-induced charge carrier dynamics at nanostructured interfaces investigated by ultrafast electron diffractive photovoltammetry -- Photonics and plasmonics for enhanced photovoltaic performance
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Energy Storage 4. Energy Technology 5. Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer 6. Nanoscale Science and Technology 7. Optical and Electronic Materials 8. PHYSICS 9. Quantum dots 10. QUANTUM OPTICS 11. SOLAR CELLS 12. TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mechanical
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TitleCharge dynamics in 122 iron-based superconductors
Author(s)Aliaksei Charnukha
Description1 online resource (xi, 130 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Abstract NoteThis thesis combines highly accurate optical spectroscopy data on the recently discovered iron-based high-temperature superconductors with an incisive theoretical analysis. Three outstanding results are reported: (1) The superconductivity-induced modification of the far-infrared conductivity of an iron arsenide with minimal chemical disorder is quantitatively described by means of a strong-coupling theory for spin fluctuation mediated Cooper pairing. The formalism developed in this thesis also describes prior spectroscopic data on more disordered compounds. (2) The same materials exhibit a sharp superconductivity-induced anomaly for photon energies around 2.5 eV, two orders of magnitude larger than the superconducting energy gap. The author provides a qualitative interpretation of this unprecedented observation, which is based on the multiband nature of the superconducting state. (3) The thesis also develops a comprehensive description of a superconducting, yet optically transparent iron chalcogenide compound. The author shows that this highly unusual behavior can be explained as a result of the nanoscopic coexistence of insulating and superconducting phases, and he uses a combination of two complementary experimental methods - scanning near-field optical microscopy and low-energy muon spin rotation - to directly image the phase coexistence and quantitatively determine the phase composition. These data have important implications for the interpretation of data from other experimental probes
Contents NoteIntroduction -- Iron-based superconductors -- Experimental and theoretical methods -- Results and discussion -- Summary
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Iron-based superconductors 4. Optical and Electronic Materials 5. PHYSICS 6. SCIENCE / Physics / Electricity 7. SCIENCE / Physics / Electromagnetism 8. Spectroscopy and Microscopy 9. Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity
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TitleElectrical properties of graphite nanoparticles in silicone : flexible oscillators and electromechanical sensing
Author(s)Samuel David Littlejohn
Description1 online resource (xv, 166 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Abstract NoteThis thesis examines a novel class of flexible electronic material with great potential for use in the construction of stretchable amplifiers and memory elements. Most remarkably the composite material produces spontaneous oscillations that increase in frequency when pressure is applied to it. In this way, the material mimics the excitatory response of pressure-sensing neurons in the human skin. The composites, formed of silicone and graphitic nanoparticles, were prepared in several allotropic forms and functionalized with naphthalene diimide molecules. A systematic study is presented of the negative differential resistance (NDR) region of the current-voltage curves, which is responsible for the material's active properties. This study was conducted as a function of temperature, graphite filling fraction, scaling to reveal the break-up of the samples into electric field domains at the onset of the NDR region, and an electric-field induced metal-insulator transition in graphite nanoparticles. The effect of molecular functionalization on the miscibility threshold and the current-voltage curves is demonstrated. Room-temperature and low-temperature measurements were performed on these composite films under strains using a remote-controlled, custom-made step motor bench
Contents NoteBackground Theory -- Fabrication and Measurement -- Tunneling Negative Differential Resistance in a GSC -- Electromechanical Properties and Sensing -- Electronic Amplification in the NDR Region -- Conclusions and Future Work -- Publications -- Procedure for Imprint Lithography Stamp -- ICP-RIE Recipe for Deep Silicon Etch -- Synthesis of Silane Functionalized Naphthalenediimide -- Calculation of Cut-Off Frequency
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Graphite 4. Nanoscale Science and Technology 5. Nanosilicon 6. Nanostructured materials 7. NANOTECHNOLOGY 8. Optical and Electronic Materials 9. PHYSICS 10. Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films 11. Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films 12. TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Engineering (General) 13. TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Reference
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TitleAttosecond physics : attosecond measurements and control of physical systems
Author(s)Luis Plaja (ed.);Ricardo Torres (ed.);Amelle Za�ir (ed.)
Description1 online resource (xvi, 275 pages) : illustrations
Abstract NoteAttophysics is an emerging field in physics devoted to the study and characterization of matter dynamics in the sub-femtosecond time scale. This book gives coverage of a broad set of selected topics in this field, exciting by their novelty and their potential impact. The book is written review-like. It also includes fundamental chapters as introduction to the field for non-specialist physicists. The book is structured in four sections: basics, attosecond pulse technology, applications to measurements and control of physical processes and future perspectives. It is a valuable reference tool for researchers in the field as well as a concise introduction to non-specialist readers
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. Characterization and Evaluation of Materials 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Laser Technology, Photonics 5. MICROPHYSICS 6. Optical and Electronic Materials 7. Optics and Electrodynamics 8. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 9. PHYSICS 10. Picosecond pulses 11. Signal, Image and Speech Processing
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TitleFowler-Nordheim field emission : effects in semiconductor nanostructures
Author(s)Sitangshu Bhattacharya;Kamakhya Prasad Ghatak
PublicationBerlin, Springer, 2012.
Description1 online resource (xxii, 338 p.)
Abstract NoteThis monograph solely presents the Fowler-Nordheim field emission (FNFE) from semiconductors and their nanostructures. The materials considered are quantum confined non-linear optical, III-V, II-VI, Ge, Te, carbon nanotubes, PtSb2, stressed materials, Bismuth, GaP, Gallium Antimonide, II-V, Bi2Te3, III-V, II-VI, IV-VI and HgTe/CdTe superlattices with graded interfaces and effective mass superlattices under magnetic quantization and quantum wires of the aforementioned superlattices. The FNFE in opto-electronic materials and their quantum confined counterparts is studied in the presence of light waves and intense electric fields on the basis of newly formulated electron dispersion laws that control the studies of such quantum effect devices. The importance of band gap measurements in opto-electronic materials in the presence of external fields is discussed from this perspective. This monograph contains 200 open research problems which form the very core and are useful for Ph. D students and researchers. The book can also serve as a basis for a graduate course on field emission from solids
Contents NotePART{u2013}I: FOWLER-NORDHEIM FIELD EMISSION FROM QUANTUM WIRES AND SUPERLATTICES OF NON-PARABOLIC MATERIALS -- Field emission from quantum wires of non-parabolic materials -- Field emission from quantum wire superlattices of non-parabolic materials -- Field emission from quantum confined materials under magnetic quantization -- Field emission from super lattices of non-parabolic materials under magnetic quantization -- PART{u2013}II: FOWLER-NORDHEIM FIELD EMISSION FROM QUANTUM CONFINED OPTOELECTRONIC MATERIALS IN THE PRESENCE OF LIGHT WAVES -- Field emission from quantum confined materials in the presence of light waves -- PART {u2013} III: FOWLER-NORDHEIM FIELD EMISSION FROM QUANTUM CONFINED OPTOELECTRONIC MATERIALS IN THE PRESENCE OF INTENCE ELECTRIC FIELD -- Field emission from quantum confined optoelectronic materials -- Applications and Brief Review of Experimental Results
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and indexes
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Field emission 4. Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering 5. Nanoscale Science and Technology 6. Optical and Electronic Materials 7. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleSwift heavy ions for materials engineering and nanostructuring
Author(s)D.K. Avasthi;G.K. Mehta
PublicationDordrecht Netherlands, Springer, 2011.
Description1 online resource (xi, 280 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Abstract NoteIon beams have been used for decades for characterizing and analyzing materials. Now energetic ion beams are providing ways to modify the materials in unprecedented ways. This book highlights the emergence of high-energy swift heavy ions as a tool for tailoring the properties of materials with nanoscale structures. Swift heavy ions interact with materials by exciting/ionizing electrons without directly moving the atoms. This opens a new horizon towards the 'so-called' soft engineering. The book discusses the ion beam technology emerging from the non-equilibrium conditions and emphasizes the power of controlled irradiation to tailor the properties of various types of materials for specific needs
Contents NoteCH-1: Ion Beams for Materials Engineering {u2013} an Overview -- CH-2: Ion Matter Interaction -- CH-3: Ion Beam Analysis -- CH -4: Engineering of Materials by Swift Heavy Ion Beam Mixing -- CH-5: SHI for Synthesis and Modifications of Nanostructured Materials -- CH -6: Engineering the Properties of Materials with SHI -- References
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. ENGINEERING 5. Heavy ions 6. Nanostructures 7. Nanotechnology and Microengineering 8. Optical and Electronic Materials 9. SOLID STATE PHYSICS
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TitleQuantum dynamic imaging : theoretical and numerical methods
Author(s)Andr�e D. Bandrauk (ed.);Misha Ivanov (ed.)
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2011.
Description1 online resource (xvi, 236 p.) : ill
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. IMAGING SYSTEMS 4. Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering 5. Numerical and Computational Physics 6. Optical and Electronic Materials 7. Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices 8. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 9. QUANTUM OPTICS
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TitleImpact of nonlinearities on fiber optic communications
Author(s)Shiva Kumar (ed.)
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2011.
Description1 online resource (xii, 543 p.)
Abstract NoteThis book covers the recent progress in fiber-optic communication systems with a main focus on the impact of fiber nonlinearities on system performance. There has been significant progress in coherent communication systems in the past few years due to the advances in digital signal processing techniques. This has led to renewed interest in fiber linear and nonlinear impairments as well as techniques to mitigate them in the electrical domain. In this book, the reader will find all the important topics of fiber optic communication systems in one place, with in-depth coverage by the experts of each sub-topic. Pioneers from each of the sub-topics have been invited to contribute. Each chapter will have a section on fundamentals as well as reviews of literature and of recent developments. Readers will benefit from this approach since many of the conference proceedings and journal articles mainly focus on the authors{u2019} research, without spending space on preliminaries
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. Communications Engineering, Networks 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. LIGHT 5. Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering 6. Optical and Electronic Materials 7. Optical fiber communication 8. Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices 9. TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Imaging Systems
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TitleIntroduction to space charge effects in semiconductors
Author(s)Karl W. B�oer
PublicationHeidelberg, Springer, 2010.
Description1 online resource (xiii, 331 p.) : ill
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (p. [303]-316) and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 4. Halbleiter 5. Optical and Electronic Materials 6. PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY 7. Raumladung 8. SCIENCE 9. SEMICONDUCTORS 10. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 11. Space charge 12. Spectroscopy and Microscopy 13. Sperrschicht-Photoeffekt
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TitleCharged semiconductor defects : structure, thermodynamics and diffusion
Author(s)by Edmund G. Seebauer;Meredith C. Kratzer
PublicationLondon, Springer, 2009.
Description1 online resource (xiv, 294 p.) : ill., plans
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation 5. Engineering Thermodynamics, Transport Phenomena 6. Optical and Electronic Materials 7. SEMICONDUCTORS 8. Solid State Physics and Spectroscopy 9. TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
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