- Author:Frederick C. Brown,Noriaki Itoh
- Publisher:Gordon & Breach Science Pub (January 1, 1983)
- Pages:484 pages
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Moreover, defects strongly influence the mechanical, optical, thermal and magnetic properties of semiconductors and . This Special Issue provides a valuable and timely international forum to cover a variety of topics aimed at understanding defects in semiconductors.
Moreover, defects strongly influence the mechanical, optical, thermal and magnetic properties of semiconductors and are a key consideration in device architecture, for example when interfaces between different materials are established. Understanding how defects form, their dynamics and their influence on material properties is crucial for the design of new semiconductor devices.
Relationship between process-induced defects and soft p-n junctions in silicon devices. Impurity striations in crystals. Electronic Structure of Defects in Insulators and Semiconductors. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Swalin, R. A. (1972). Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 121, 969–72. Kroger, F. (1964). Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials, 32, 135–69. Schwuttke, G. H. (1962). X-Ray diffraction microscopy of impurities in silicon single crystals.
Light-induced defects in semiconductors Nonradiative recombination between electrons and holes plays a principal .
Light-induced defects in semiconductors. Book · August 2014 with 7 Reads. DOI: 1. 032/9789814411493. Nonradiative recombination between electrons and holes plays a principal role in ed defect reaction and light-induced defect creation in semiconductors. The defect reactions and defect creations under illumination reflect the interplay between light and matter. Herein we develop a rigorous and general model for defect formation in the presence of steady-state excess carrier concentrations by combining the standard quasi-chemical formalism with a detailed-balance description that is applicable for any defect state in the bandgap.
d Defect Formation in Crystals (Special Topics Issue of Semiconductors and Insulators). by Frederick C. Brown. ISBN 13: 9780677403656. Publication Date: 1/1/1983. Help your friends save money!
In this issue (19 articles). Electronic and Optical Properties of Semiconductors. Changes in the density of nonradiative recombination centers in GaAs/AlGaAs quantum-well structures as a result of treatment in CF4 plasma.
In this issue (19 articles). Hopping conduction via strongly localized impurity states of indium in PbTe and its solid solutions. Special features of hopping conduction in p-Hg0. 22Te crystals under conditions of dual doping.
Book Description: Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors covers the theory, experimentation, and identification of impurities, dopants, and intrinsic defects in semiconductors. The book fills a crucial gap between solid-state physics and more specialized course texts. The authors first present introductory concepts, including basic semiconductor theory, defect classifications, crystal growth, and doping. They then explain electrical, vibrational, optical, and thermal properties. Moving on to characterization approaches, the text concludes with chapters on the measurement of electrical.
Lattice defects in ionic crystals are interstitial ions and ion vacancies. In crystalline sodium chloride NaCl a cation vacancy VNa+ is formed by producing a surface cation. Most metal oxides are ionic crystals and belong to either the class of semiconductors or insulators, in which the valence band mainly comprises the frontier orbitals of oxide ions and the conduction band contains the frontier orbitals of metal ions. In forming an ionic metal oxide crystal from metal ions and oxide ions, as shown in Fig.
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In the latter case, relative to the charge distribution of the defect-free crystal, the defect site has a positive charge, thus, the vacancy is said to be in +1 charge state (V+).
For instance, they both can behavior as electron donors or acceptors to change the electrical conductivity of the material. In terms of theoretical treatments, the impurity and defect problem are also very similar, namely, one host atom on one particular lattice site is replaced by another atom that normally should not be there in the perfect lattice. In the latter case, relative to the charge distribution of the defect-free crystal, the defect site has a positive charge, thus, the vacancy is said to be in +1 charge state (V+).