Narrow gap semiconductors 1992

proceedings of the 6th International Conference, 19-23 June, Southampton, UK.
  • 455 Pages
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  • English
IOP Publishing , Bristol
SeriesSemiconductor science and technology -- no. 8, No. 1S
The Physical Object
Pagination455p. :
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Open LibraryOL22676807M

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Narrow gap semiconductors proceedings of Narrow gap semiconductors 1992 book 6th international conference, JulyUniversity of Southampton, UK by Stradling, R. (Richard Anthony), ; Mullin, J. B; International Conference on Narrow-Gap Semiconductors and Related Materials (6th: University of Southhampton)Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The papers presented here are reprinted from Semiconductor science and technology (, volume 6, number 12C), an institute of Physics journal"--Page 4 of cover.

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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By X-Ray Optics and MicroanalysisProceedings of the 13th INT Conference, 31 August-4 SeptemberManchester, UK. In solid-state physics, a band gap, also called an energy gap or bandgap, is an energy range in a solid where no electron states can exist.

In graphs of the electronic band structure of solids, the band gap generally refers to the energy difference (in electron volts) between the top of the valence band and the bottom of the conduction band in insulators and semiconductors.

Narrow gap semiconductors obey the general rules of semiconductor science, but often exhibit extreme features within these rules because of those properties that produce their narrow gaps.

Consequently these materials provide sensitive tests of theory, and the opportunity for the design of innovative devices. When we compared between the polarity of the THz waveforms of these narrow band-gap semiconductors with that of InP, which is a wide bandgap semiconductor, we concluded that the ultrafast buildup of the photo-Dember field is the main mechanism Cited by: Wide-gap compound semiconductors offer the ability to operate in a range of hostile thermal and radiation environments while still maintaining sub-keV spectral resolution at X-ray wavelengths.

Narrow-gap materials offer the potential of exceeding the spectral resolution of germanium by a factor of three.3/5(1). A listing of representative NLDCs in semiconductors is given in Table 1.[11, 19–22] With the exception of the most recent work using AlGaAs with photon energies less than one half the band gap, the other implementations have been for photon energies near the band gap and the throughputs were all small.A NLDC in AlGaAs with λ g.

Band-to-band impact ionization by hot electrons and holes is an important process in high-field transport in semiconductors, leading to carrier multiplication and avalanche breakdown.

Here we perform first principles calculations for the respective microscopic scattering rates of both electrons and holes in various wide band gap by: M.

Dudley, X.R. Huang, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, X-ray topography is the generic name for a family of x-ray diffraction imaging techniques capable of providing information on the character and distribution of crystallographic defects in large, nearly perfect single crystal materials.

The lesser used, more complete name of x-ray diffraction topography is a. Physics and Properties of Narrow Gap Semiconductors helps readers to understand semiconductor physics and related areas of materials science and how they relate to advanced opto-electronic devices.

The defect structure of narrow-gap Hg 1-x Cd x Te (hereinafter – HgCdTe) compounds was intensively investigated both theoretically and experimentally over the past fifty years. The current status of defect states in these semiconductors are reviewed in numerous papers and monographs (see, e.g., Capper and Garland, ; Chu and Sher, ).HgCdTe crystalline materials are always grown with Cited by: 3.

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Abstract. The field of narrow bandgap II-VI semiconductors is dominated by the compound Hg 1−x Cd x Te (MCT), although some Hg-based alternatives to this ternary have also been fact that MCT is still the preeminent infrared (IR) material stems, in part, from the fact that by varying the x value material can be made to cover all the IR regions of by: 2.

A symmetric van der Pauw disk (12) of homogeneous nonmagnetic semiconductor material, such as indium antimonide, with an embedded concentric conducting material (22), such as gold, inhomogeneity exhibits room temperature geometric extraordinary magnetoresistance (EMR) as high as %, 9, % and% at magnetic fields ofand Tesla, by: The main commercial application for narrow bandgap semiconductors is in infrared radiation detection.

There are relatively few simple, elemental, or compound semiconductors with the correct forbidden energy gap to sense photons within the infrared spectrum, particularly at longer wavelengths.

Several narrow gap semiconductors (InSb, Hg1−xCdxTe, Hg1−xMnxTe) were investigated, and the decisive role of band-structure details for the distribution of the initially oriented spins is. Infrared sensor arrays with um cutoff wavelengths in heteroepitaxial narrow-gap semiconductors on silicon substrates H.

Zogg, S. Blunier, T. Hoshino, C. Maissen, J. Masek, A.N. Tiwari (IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices ). Department of Physics Museum Road P.O. Box University of Florida Gainesville, FL – (fax). Abstract.

Our transport study of the narrow gap, bulk (3D) semiconductors Hg 1−x Cd x Te and InSb reveals incipient, non-quantized “Hall plateaus” which coincide with the minima of Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations, analogous to the quantum Hall effect in 2-dimensional systems.

We attribute this effect to the existence of quasi-mobility gaps at the bottom of each Landau level, originating Cited by:   Thermopower of the Correlated Narrow Gap Semiconductor FeSi 5 This means that lifetime effects are minor at low tempera tures, as also inferred from the self-energy shown in Fig.

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Stradling and J.B. Mullin International Conference on Narrow-Gap Semiconductors University of Southhampton) [. Market and Business Surveys "Gallium Nitride and Related Wide Bandgap Materials & Devices: A Market & Technology Overview " Roy Szweda (Elsevier Advanced Technology: Publication Date.

The book deals with diluted magnetic semiconductors, a class of materials important to the emerging field of spintronics. In these materials semiconducting properties, both transport and optical, are influenced by the presence of magnetic ions. It concentrates on basic physical mechanisms (e.g.

carrier-ion and ion-ion interactions) and. In addition, IPE analysis of interfaces between relatively narrow-gap semiconductors enjoys the availability of high-intensity light sources like the free-electron laser, enabling the outmost sensitivity, energy resolution and the possibility of photoemission microscopy (Coluzza et al., ; McKinley et al., ; Margaritondo,Black phosphorus, unlike graphene, is a semiconductor with a sizeable gap (Asahina and Morita, ; Keyes, ; Morita, ).

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Fig. 4 A shows the calculated band structure for monolayer, bilayer, and trilayer black phosphorus by ab initio calculations with the GW approximation (Rudenko and Katsnelson, ).The band gap is direct and located at the Γ point of the Brillouin zone, independent.

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Then the structures and electronic properties of organic superconductors are discussed, illustrated with examples of typical molecules. 3- 5µm", Abstract Book of the 11th International Conference on Narrow Gap Semiconductors, Buffalo, New York,p.

Nguyen et al., Background limited long wavelength infrared type-II InAs/GaSb superlattice photodiodes operating at K, Applied Physics Letters,93 (12), pp.

.cited different trends for two different periods. For the period – the rising curve in computer ownership was beginning to flatten. Then for the most recent three years, from tohome computer buying rose again as more people used the computers to access the Internet. He also.He has published over eighty scientific papers, coauthored four book chapters, and received eleven U.S.

patents. His research has spanned a variety of topics, including: semimetals, conducting polymers, high temperature superconductors, wide and narrow band gap .