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1 Mark Geoghegan Polymer electronics OB1481 2013 eBook  
2 Brian K. Ridley Quantum processes in semiconductors OB1468 2013 eBook  
3 A.M. Stoneham Theory of defects in solids: Electronic Structure of Defects in Insulators and Semiconductors OB1423 2001 eBook  
4 P.K. Basu Theory of optical processes in semiconductors OB1116 eBook  
5 Alexey A. Toropov Plasmonic effects in metal-semiconductor nanostructures OB1085 eBook  
6 John Orton Molecular beam epitaxy OB1068 eBook  
7 Victor M. Ustinov ... [et al.] Quantum dot lasers OB1058 eBook  
8 Ivan Pelant Luminescence spectroscopy of semiconductors OB1042 eBook  
9 Alexey Kavokin ... [et al.] Microcavities OB1040 eBook  
10 Tobias Nowozin Self-organized quantum dots for memories I02400 eBook  
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TitlePolymer electronics
Author(s)Mark Geoghegan;Georges Hadziioannou
PublicationOxford University Press 2013.
Abstract NotePolymer or plastic electronics offers the promise of a new kind of semiconductor industry; one where materials are easily processed and devices are cheap and, in some cases, even flexible. Polymers can be used in transistor circuitry (chips), sensors, RFID tags, electrochromic windows, and optoelectronic devices such as those used in lighting or photovoltaic (solar) cells. This book presents a coherent introduction to polymer electronics, and in particular the underlying physics of polymer devices. Differences with conventional (silicon-based) electronics are highlighted, so that the main concepts can be treated clearly. Polyacetylene, the archetypal semiconducting polymer, is used to begin the discussion, but other important classes of polymer are also introduced. The interaction of polymers with light, and charge transport are treated carefully in separate chapters. Semiconducting polymers is an interdisciplinary field in which physicists and chemists work together, so a chapter on the synthesis of different kinds of polymer is included. As well as chemistry, the important physics of polymers is also covered, as is the importance of surfaces, because most devices are, after all, thin films. The book concludes with the physics encompassing the most important devices: transistors, light-emitting diodes, and photovolatic cells.
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Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. ELECTRONICS 4. POLYMERS 5. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleQuantum processes in semiconductors
Author(s)Brian K. Ridley
PublicationOxford University Press 2013.
Abstract NoteThis book sets out the fundamental quantum processes that are important in the physics and technology of semiconductors in a relatively informal style. The fifth edition includes new chapters that expand the coverage of semiconductor physics relevant to its accompanying technology. One of the problems encountered in high-power transistors is the excessive production of phonons, and the first new chapter examines the hot-phonon phenomenon and the lifetime of polar optical phonons in the nitrides. In the burgeoning field of spintronics a crucial parameter is the lifetime of a spin-polarised electron gas, and this is treated in detail in the second of the new chapters. The third new chapter moves from the treatment of bulk properties to the unavoidable effects of the spatial limitation of the semiconductor, and to the influence of surface states and the pinning of the Fermi level. As with previous editions the text restricts its attention to bulk semiconductors. The account progresses from quantum processes describable by density matrices, through the semi-classical Boltzmann equation and its solutions, to the drift-diffusion description of space-charge waves, the latter appearing in the contexts of negative differential resistance, acoustoelectric and recombination instabilities.
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Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. HIGH-POWER TRANSISTORS 4. Phonons 5. QUANTUM PROCESS 6. SEMICONDUCTORS 7. SPINTRONICS
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TitleTheory of defects in solids: Electronic Structure of Defects in Insulators and Semiconductors
Author(s)A.M. Stoneham
PublicationOxford University Press 2001.
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Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. INSULATORS 4. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleTheory of optical processes in semiconductors : bulk and microstructures
Author(s)P.K. Basu
PublicationOxford, 1. c1997 2. Clarendon,
Description1 online resource (xv, 448 p.) : ill
Abstract NoteBasu describes the intrinsic optical processes occurring in semiconductor bilk and engineered semiconductor structures such as quantum wells, quantum wires, quantum dots and superlattices
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
ISBN,Price9780191706790 (ebook)
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES 4. QUANTUM WELLS 5. SEMICONDUCTORS 6. Superlattices as materials
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TitlePlasmonic effects in metal-semiconductor nanostructures
Author(s)Alexey A. Toropov;Tatiana V. Shubina
EditionFirst edition
Description1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Abstract NoteOne of the most promising trends in modern nanophotonics is the employment of plasmonic effects in the engineering of advanced device nanostructures. This book implements the binocular vision of such a complex metal-semiconductor system, examining both the constituents and reviewing the characteristics of promising constructive materials
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
ISBN,Price9780191799433 (ebook)
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. Nanostructures 4. Plasmons (Physics) 5. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleMolecular beam epitaxy : a short history
Author(s)John Orton ;Tom Foxon
EditionFirst edition
Description1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Abstract NoteThis volume describes the development of molecular beam epitaxy from its origins in the 1960s through to the present day. It begins with a short historical account of other methods of crystal growth, both bulk and epitaxial, to set the subject in context, emphasising the wide range of semiconductor materials employed. This is followed by an introduction to molecular beams and their use in the Stern-Gerlach experiment and the development of the microwave MASER
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
ISBN,Price9780191748844 (ebook)
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. Molecular beam epitaxy 4. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleQuantum dot lasers
Author(s)Victor M. Ustinov ... [et al.]
PublicationOxford, 1. c2003 2. Oxford University Press,
Description1 online resource (ix, 290 p.) : ill
Abstract NoteAddressing issues associated with the physics and technology of injection lasers, this book examines self-organized quantum dots. Fundamental and technological aspects of quantum dot edge-emitting lasers and VCSELs, their current status and future prospects are summarized and reviewed
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
ISBN,Price9780191712081 (ebook)
Keyword(s)1. Diodes, Semiconductor 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 4. Injection lasers 5. Quantum dots 6. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleLuminescence spectroscopy of semiconductors
Author(s)Ivan Pelant ;Jan Valenta
PublicationOxford, 1. c2012 2. Oxford University Press,
Description1 online resource : ill
Abstract NoteSemiconductor luminescence has been a rapidly expanding field over the last 50 years. This text reviews the whole subject of semiconductor luminescence in one volume
ISBN,Price9780191738548 (ebook)
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. Luminescence spectroscopy 4. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleMicrocavities
Author(s)Alexey Kavokin ... [et al.]
Edition2nd. ed.
PublicationOxford, 1. c2007 2. Oxford University Press,
Description1 online resource (xvii, 430 p.) : ill
Abstract NoteThis volume covers a new and rapidly developing research field in physics. Confining light in small structures called microcavities produces new devices which exploit the quantum physics of light matter interactions
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
ISBN,Price9780191711190 (ebook)
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTIONS 4. LASERS 5. QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS 6. SEMICONDUCTORS
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TitleSelf-organized quantum dots for memories : electronic properties and carrier dynamics
Author(s)Tobias Nowozin
Description1 online resource (xvi, 153 pages) : illustrations
Abstract NoteToday's semiconductor memory market is divided between two types of memory: DRAM and Flash. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. While DRAM is fast but volatile, Flash is non-volatile but slow. A memory system based on self-organized quantum dots (QDs) as storage node could combine the advantages of modern DRAM and Flash, thus merging the latter's non-volatility with very fast write times. This thesis investigates the electronic properties of and carrier dynamics in self-organized quantum dots by means of time-resolved capacitance spectroscopy and time-resolved current measurements. The first aim is to study the localization energy of various QD systems in order to assess the potential of increasing the storage time in QDs to non-volatility. Surprisingly, it is found that the major impact of carrier capture cross-sections of QDs is to influence, and at times counterbalance, carrier storage in addition to the localization energy. The second aim is to study the coupling between a layer of self-organized QDs and a two-dimensional hole gas (2DHG), which is relevant for the read-out process in memory systems. The investigation yields the discovery of the many-particle ground states in the QD ensemble. In addition to its technological relevance, the thesis also offers new insights into the fascinating field of nanostructure physics
Contents NoteFundamentals -- Charge carriers in quantum dots -- Coupling of QDs to 2D gases -- Measurement methods -- Electronic properties of and storage times in QDs -- Carrier dynamics in quantum dots coupled to a 2DHG -- Summary and Outlook -- Storage time as a function of the localization energy -- Experimental details - Setup -- Samples -- Sample Processing -- DLTS: Error of graphical analysis -- Extrapolation of storage times
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. NANOTECHNOLOGY 4. Nanotechnology and Microengineering 5. PHYSICS 6. Quantum dots 7. SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS 8. SEMICONDUCTORS
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