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Ehrenreich H., Spaepen F. — Solid State Physics. Volume 49
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Название: Solid State Physics. Volume 49

Авторы: Ehrenreich H., Spaepen F.

Аннотация:

Solid State Physics, Volume 49 continues the Series' tradition of excellence by focusing on the optical and electronic properties and applications of semiconductors. Three of the chapters deal with stress applications as well as the basic underlying science of semicondutors. All of the topics in this volume are at the cutting-edge of research in the semiconductor field and will be of great interest to the scientific community.


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Рубрика: Физика/

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Год издания: 1995

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Предметный указатель
$k \cdot p$ formalism, desgining PBG materials using      197—199
$k \cdot p$ formalism, dispersion relations near photonic band-gap      157
$k \cdot p$ formalism, Kohn — Luttinger functions and      176—179
$k \cdot p$ formalism, representations for vector analog of      170
$k \cdot p$ formalism, search for PBG crystal with optimum gap      202
$PolyDOT_{3}$      see "Poly($\beta$'-dodecyloxy-$\alpha$ $\alpha$ -
$P_{2}$ orbitals, conjugated polymer      
14 32
$\Delta$ orbitals, conjugated molecule      38
$\pi$ electron bonding in conjugated molecules and polymers      32
$\pi$ electron bonding, extended, conjugated polymer      6
$\pi$ electrons, Hueckel (tight-binding) method and      32
$\pi$ orbitals, conjugated polymers, interchain charge transport      39
$\pi$ orbitals, semiconducting and conducting properties      2
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, conjugated molecules, formed by aromatic/heteroaromaticunit coupling      37—38
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, conjugated molecules, SSH Hamiltonian      36—37
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, conjugated polymers      13
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, conjugated polymers, lowering, for Durham polyacetylene      30
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, conjugated polymers, polyacetylene      5
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, conjugated polymers, quantum chemical calculations      38
$\pi-\pi^{*}$ energy gap, thiophene oligomer devices      111
$\sigma$ bonding in conjugated molecules and polymers      32
(2-(4-Biphenylyl)-5(4-tert-butylphenyl)-1, 3, 4-oxadiazole), PPV LED, improving efficiency of      128
(2-(4-Biphenylyl)-5(4-tert-butylphenyl)-1, 3, 4-oxadiazole), structure      28
1D PBG materials      157
1D waveguide      153
2, 3-dichloro-5, 6-dicyano-1, 4-benzoquinone, FET doping      88
2, 3-dichloro-5, 6-dicyano-1, 4-benzoquinone, PPV and PT-based FET doping      108—110
2D PBG materials, calculations, theoretical      186—192
2D PBG materials, fabricating, electron-beam lithrography, using      164—165
2D PBG materials, fabricating, for optical frequencies      157
2D PBG materials, pump-probe investigations of      160
2D ZnCdSe/ZnSe quantum wells      217—225
3D PBG materials, calculations, theoretical      186—192
3D PBG materials, defect modes      160—162
3D PBG materials, diamond-shaped      188—190
3D PBG materials, fabricating, fcc      160
3D PBG materials, fabricating, for optical frequencies      157
3D PBG materials, fabricating, silicon wafers, using michromachined      163—165
3D PBG materials, full photonic band-gap, attempts to calculate for      188—190
3D PBG materials, scalar wave approximation limitations      187
8-Hydroxyquinoline aluminum ($Alq_{3}$) structure      28
Abdolsalami, F.      288 419(34)
Abdou, M.S.A.      107
Abkowitz, M.      28
Abkowitz, M.A.      74 76(232) 133 146 148
Abramof, E.      223
Abrikosov, A.A.      435 see
Absorption processes, conjugated molecules, Frenkel excitons and      47
Absorption processes, conjugated molecules, polarons, bipolarons and optical      43
Absorption processes, conjugated polymers, optical      51—54
Absorption processes, electronic band gap measurement using photon      158
Absorption processes, optically-pumped laser      271—272
Absorption processes, organic molecules and electronic      32—34
Absorption processes, photoconductive and photovoltaic devices      144—145
Absorption processes, photoinduced conjugated polymers      54—57
Absorption processes, photoinduced LEDs      134—136
Absorption processes, photoinduced PPV and PT MIS diodes      106—107
Absorption processes, PPV and PT MIS diode optical      104—107
Absorption processes, thiophene oglimer field-effect devices      112
Acceptors      see also "Doping"
Acceptors in blue emitters      245
Acceptors in Schottky-barrier diodes      8—9
Acceptors, charge-transfer salt      4
Acceptors, nitrogen as substitutional      235—236 239—240
Accumulation region      see also "Depletion region"
Accumulation region, MIS diode      89—90
Accumulation region, polyacetylene MIS diodes      98—99
Accumulation region, width in EL devices      67
Adachi, C.      28 116 130(96) 140
Adams, E.N.      347
Adams, J.A.      306 307
Adler, C.L.      192
Adler, David: Insulating and Metallic States in Transition Metal Oxides      21 1
Adrian, Frank J.      see "Gourary B.S."
Ager, J.W.      236
Aggarwal, R.J.      306
Aharonov — Bohm effect      295—296
Aharonov, Y.      295
Ahmed, H.      88 108(250) 115(250) 139 308
Airy function retarded Green's function      420—425
Akamatu, Hideo      see "Inokuchi H."
Akhtar, M.      145
Akimichi, H.      111
Akimoto, K.      213 242 251 252
Alberga, G.E.      335
Alerhand, O.L.      193 194
Alexander, H., and Haasen, P.: Dislocations and Plastic Flow in the Diamond Structure      22 28
Alfano, R.R.      84 446
Aligned polymer films      30
Alkali metal-PPV interactions      72
Allemeand, P.-M.      20
Allen, J.W.      116
Allen, Phillip B., and Mitrovic, Bozidar: Theory of Superconducting $T_{c}$      37 1
Alnot, P.      11 29(25) 111(25)
Altshuler, B.L.      286 295(15) 309(15) 330 435(15)
Ambipolar intrinsic Debye length      66—66 67
Amelinckx, S.      see "Supplement 6 - The Direct Observation of Dislocations"
Amelinckx, S., and Dekeyser, W.: The Structure and Properties of Grain Boundaries      8 327
Amorphous sublimed films      29
Anantram, M.P.      438 446
Ancona, M.G.      314 315 317(178)
Anderegg, V.F.      308
Anderson, Philip, W.: Theory of Magnetic Exchange Interactions: Exchange in Insulators and Semiconductors      14 99
Anderson, S.F.      285
Ando, T.      8 14(17) 107(17) 111(17) 287 295 392(19)
Andre, J.J.      111
Andre, J.M.      46
Andreatta, A.      26
Anilines, polyaniline synthesis from      26—27
Anisotropic semiconductors      48—49
anthracene      see also "Conjugated molecules"
Anthracene as prototypical molecular semiconductor      2—3
Anthracene, EL devices from thin films of      116—117
Anti-time-ordered Green's function      322—323
Antipin, V.A.      123
Antonetti, A.      429
Antoniadis, H.      74 76(232) 133 146 148
Antoun, S.      19
Aoyagi, Y.      308
Appel, J.: Polarons      21 193
Arends, J.H.      287
Argyres, P.N.      289 303 316 326(185) 329 333 334 347 362
Arjavalingan, G.      162 163 164 190(43 44)
Armstrong, J.P.      169
Arnold, A.      317 319 320 385 386 391
Aroda, S.K.      29
Aronov, A.G.      330
Asano, T.      244
Ashcroft, N.W.      63 151 152(1) 157(1)
Ashcroft, N.W., and Stroud, D.: Theory of the Thermodynamics of Simple Liquid Metals      33 1
Askari, S.H.      19
Aspnes, D.E.      289
Assadi, A.      10 88 107(23)
Atherton, N.M.      136
Aven, M.      216 233(2)
Averin, D.V.      308 399(137)
Axe, J.D. Moss, S.C., and Neumann, D.A.: Structure and Dynamics of Crystalline $C_{60}$      48 149
Baccarani, G.      284
Baeriswyl, D.      37 41 42(137) 45 104(123)
Baessler, H.      20 53 57 60(58) 74 75 82(171) 83(171) 107(187 188) 120 122 125(313) 129(59 313) 130(313) 141
Baigent, D.R.      22 120 123 124 132 134(64) 142 143
Baker, G.A.      318
Baker, G.L.      54 96(177)
Balance equations      336 see
Ball, R.C.      46
Ballard, D.G.H.      24
Ballistic transport      298—301
Band gaps      158—159 see
Band offsets, anion rule and II-VI heterostructures      215—216
Band offsets, barriers created by conduction      357
Band offsets, electronic structure calculations predicting      217
Band offsets, lattice mismatch stain, accounting for      210
Band structures versus periodicity      151—152 see
Band structures, Franz — Keldysh shift in bulk crystals      290
Band structures, trans-polyacetylene (PA)      36
Band-gap engineering, description      152
Band-gap engineering, tunneling barriers      304
Banyai, L.      430 433(383)
Baranger, H.      440
Baranger, H.U.      300 312(85) 440(85)
Barber, R.      307
Bardeen, J.      348
Bargon, J.      14
Barker, J.      6
Barker, J.R.      285 288 319 326(30) 332(32) 338 347 361(11) 380(30 35) 400 418(30) 419(32 340) 448
Barker, R.      285 288(12) 302(12) 326(12) 419(12)
Barlow, W.A.      27 116(92 93)
Barriers, amplitude      see also "Double-barrier resonant-tunneling diodes" "Schottky
Barriers, amplitude, multiple, structures of      357—361
Barriers, amplitude, single dissipation and current flow calculations      367—370
Barriers, amplitude, single, statistics of      353—357
Barton, T.J.      123
Bassani, F.      219 272
Bassous, E.      284
Bastard, G., Brum, J.A., and Ferreira, R.: Electronic States in Semiconductor Heterostructures      44 229
Bastiaans, M.J.      380
Basturo, J.G.      116
Baude, J.F.      256
Bauer, A.      145
Bauer, S.      230
Baughman, R.H.      6 57
Bawendi, M.G.      232
Baym, G.      321 323(201) 410(201)
Becker, J.A.: Study of Surfaces by Using New Tools      7 379
Becker, P.C.      429
Beenakker, C.W.J.      300
Beenakker, C.W.J., and van Houten, H.: Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Nanostructures      44 1
Beer, Albert C.      see "Supplement 4 - Galvanomagnetic Effects in Semiconductors"
Behr, T.      272 274(119)
Belicky, B.      330
Beljonne, D.      49 50 72 136(163)
Benatar, A.      26
Bendow, Bernard: Multiphonon Infrared Absorption in the Highly Transparent Frequency Regime of Solids      33 249
Berg, R.A.      81
Bergman, David J.: Physical Properties of Macroscopically Inhomogeneous Media      46 147
Bernstein, G.      285
Bertoncini, R.      309 335 420 423(371) 428 429 448
Bertram, H, Neal: Fundamental Magnetization Processes in Thin-Film Recording Media      46 271
Beyers, R., and Shaw, T.M.: The Structure of $Y_{1}Ba_{2}Cu_{3}O_{7-\delta}$ and Its Derivatives      42 135
Bhargava, R.N.      233
Bhatt, A.      302
Biexcitons, optically-pumped lasers and      272
Billingham, N.C.      29 30(99) 31 60(99)
Binder, E.      431 433(394)
Binh, N.T.      74
Binnig, B.      304
Bipolarons in conjugated polymers with nondegenerate ground states      42—45
Bipolarons in conjugated polymers, photoinduced absorption of PPV      57
Bipolarons, LEDs, excited states in      137
Bipolarons, PPV and PT MIS diodes      103 106
Bird, J.P.      308
Birman, J.L.      334 347
Biship, A.R.      43 44(142) 45(142) 49(142)
Bishop, D.J.      296
Biswas, R.      163 164 192(46 47)
Blaikie, R.J.      308
Blaisdell, G.A.      42
Blandin, A.      322
Blatt, Frank J.: Theory of Mobility of Electrons in Solids      4 200
Bloch functions, CMR representation expansion      180
Bloch functions, density matrix and      316—318
Bloch functions, photonic band-gap representations      173
Bloch functions, Wannier functions in terms of      175
Bloch states      151—152
Blochl, P.E.      236
Blocking contacts, definition      65
Blocking contacts, PPV- and PT-based FETs      111
Bloemer, M.J.      168
Blood, P.      278 279(125)
Bloor, D.      60
Blotekjaer, K.      342
Blount, E.I.      154 170(40)
Blount, E.I.: Formalisms of Band Theory      13 306
Blue-green diode lasers      see also "Blue-green light emitters"
Blue-green diode lasers, confinement and band offset      220—221
Blue-green diode lasers, description      250—259
Blue-green diode lasers, excitonic processes in optically pumped      269—277
Blue-green diode lasers, gain spectroscopy      277—281
Blue-green diode lasers, low resistance contacts for cw      242
Blue-green diode lasers, overview      244—245
Blue-green diode lasers, pulsed electrical injection      208
Blue-green diode lasers, surface-emitting      264—267
Blue-green emission color, from LEDs      119—124
Blue-green light emitters      see also "Blue-green diode lasers"
Blue-green light emitters, degradation and defects      259—264
Blue-green light emitters, doping and transport      233—244
Blue-green light emitters, doping and transport, contacts to p-ZnSe, low-resistance      241—244
Blue-green light emitters, doping and transport, overview and current status      233—235
Blue-green light emitters, doping and transport, p-type of ZnSe and related compounds      235—241
Blue-green light emitters, LEDs, description      245—250
Blue-green light emitters, overview      205—210
Blue-green light emitters, summary      281—282
Blue-shifted emission color in LEDs      119—124
Blumentengel, S.      57
Boboliubov, N.N.      346
Bogel, E.O.      53 82(171) 83(171)
Bohm potential, particle interactions      292—293
Bohm potential, quantum energy level prediction      337—338
Bohm, D.      292 298(47) 337
Bolmes, A.B.      17
Boltzmann transport equation versus quantum transport      289—291
Boltzmann transport equation, description      289—297
Boltzmann transport equation, device quantization and      286
Boltzmann transport equation, dissipation and current flow calculations      362—364
Boltzmann transport equation, quantum derivations of      334—336
Boltzmann transport equation, statistical thermodynamics and quantum potentials      291—293
Boman, M.      72
Bonanni, A.      219 272
Bond alternations, conjugated polymers, nondegenerate ground states      42—45
Bond alternations, conjugated polymers, trans-polyacetylene chains      37
Bond alternations, polymer chain solitons and      39—42
Boney, C.      247
Bonner, W.      207
Borelius, G.: Changes of State of Simple Solid and Liquid Metals      6 65
Borelius, G.: The Changes in Energy Content, Volume, and Resistivity with Temperatures in Simple Solids and Liquids      15 1
Born, M.      187 346
Borsenberger, P.M.      3 75
Bosch, R.      342
Bott, D.C.      6 55 96 97(258)
Bouchriha, H.      129
Bouligand, Y.: Liquid Crystals and Their Analogs in Biological Systems      259 see
Boundaries      see also "Contacts" "Open
Boundaries, density matrix equations of motion      361
Boundaries, local equilibrium characterization      347
Boundaries, numerical discretization and      389—391
Boundaries, reservoir contacts and      301—303
Boundary conditions, partial differential equations for, in density matrices      353
Boundary conditions, Wigner function modeling and      382—384 389—381
Bowden, C.M.      168
Bowers, K.      249
Boyce, J.B.      see "Hayes T.M."
Bradley, D.D.C.      11 12(31) 17 18 21 29 30 31(102) 46 49(151) 51 52 53 54(104) 56 60 61(194) 62 67 68(213) 72 88 96 97(258) 103(213) 104(213) 105 106 107(213) 108 117 118 119 120 122 123 125 128 129 130(223) 131(223 302) 132(61) 134 135 136(178) 137 138 139 146 147 148(194)
Brafman, O.      42
Brandes, T.      447
Brandt, M.      239 240(77)
Brandt, M.S.      234
Brassett, A.J.      108
Braun, D.      8 20 68 83 84(246 247) 118 119(215) 120 122 123 127 129 130(336) 148
Brazovskii, S.A.      37 45(126)
Bredas, J.L.      9 38 46 47 49 50 61 62 72 73 85 113 128(225) 132(129) 136(163)
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