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Moss T. — Photoconductivity In The Elements
Moss T. — Photoconductivity In The Elements



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Название: Photoconductivity In The Elements

Автор: Moss T.

Аннотация:

This book discusses the various photoconductive and other photoelectric effects in twelve of the elements together with those electrical and optical properties on non-metals which have a direct bearing on these effects. Extensive references are given to published literature and the authors work at the Telecommunications Research Establishment and at Cambridge University, and is published here for the first time.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1952

Количество страниц: 265

Добавлена в каталог: 23.03.2008

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Предметный указатель
Absorption      16 see
Absorption, by free carriers      19
Absorption, by impurities      134
Absorption, theory      16 et seq
Acceptor levels      8
Activation energy      (see also individual elements)
Activation energy, and thermal, relation of      22
Activation energy, concentration dependence      10
Activation energy, from photoelectric lines      34
Activation energy, optical      31
Activation energy, pressure dependence      59
Activation energy, refractive index, relation to      61 68 244
Activation energy, temperature dependence      57 et seq
Activation energy, thermal      11
Allowed energy levels      6
Allowed transitions      17
Antimony      173 et seq
Antimony, activation energy      179
Antimony, conductivity      174
Antimony, mobility      175
Antimony, optical properties      178
Antimony, response time      176 177
Antimony, spectral sensitivity      177
Arsenic      158 et seq
Arsenic, absorption      169
Arsenic, activation energy      160 171 246
Arsenic, conductivity      161 165
Arsenic, mobility      166
Arsenic, refractive index      167
Arsenic, response time      159
Arsenic, spectral sensitivity      31 160
Band theory of solids      5
Barrier, light emission at      72
Barrier, photovoltage at      52 55
Barrier, theory of photoconductivity      41 et seq
Boron      78 et seq
Boron, absorption      89
Boron, activation energy      87 90 93
Boron, conductivity      87 90 91
Boron, mobility      91
Boron, photo-emission      94
Boron, preparation of layers      78 84
Boron, refractive index      88
Boron, response time      81
Boron, spectral sensitivity      82 85 92
Capture cross-section      40
Carbon      see Diamond
Carriers, sign of charge      11
Compounds, threshold wavelengths      62
Conduction electrons, absorption by      19
Conductivity      see also individual elements
Conductivity, semiconductors, theory for      11 et seq
Conductivity, temperature dependence of, theory for      13
Current-voltage relation, boron      83
Current-voltage relation, germanium      130
Current-voltage relation, iodine      231 233
Current-voltage relation, photo-emission, for      72
Current-voltage relation, rectifying junction, for      51 55
Current-voltage relation, tellurium      214 217
Degeneracy      11 139
Density of states      9
diamond      95 et seq
Diamond, absorption      102
Diamond, activation energy      100 102 103
Diamond, conductivity and Hall effect      100
Diamond, energy bands      7
Diamond, mobility      101 105
Diamond, photoconductivity      26 95
Diamond, quantum efficiency      27
Diamond, refractive index      102 104
Diamond, spectral sensitivity      99
dielectric constant      see Refractive index
Diffusion constant      47
Diffusion constant, effect on spectral sensitivity      46 et seq
Dilatation, effect on activation energy      59 60
Dispersion theory      21
Donor levels      8
Drift mobility      12
effective mass      7 64
Effective mass, germanium      132
Effective mass, silicon      115
Emission, of light at contacts      72
Emission, photoelectric      69 et seq
energy bands      5 et seq
Energy gap      see Activation energy
Experimental photoconductive cells      79
f number      18
Fermi level      13 52 70
Franck — Condon principle      22
Germanium      117 et seq
Germanium, absorption      20 133
Germanium, activation energy      126 128 131 246
Germanium, conductivity      135 et seq
Germanium, Hall effect      126
Germanium, mobility      128 et seq
Germanium, photoconductivity      119 et seq
Germanium, photovoltage      53
Germanium, refractive index      13
Germanium, response time      122 124
Germanium, spectral sensitivity      120
Grey tin      136 et seq
Grey tin, activation energy      138 139 345
Grey tin, conductivity      137 138
Grey tin, Hall effect      138
Grey tin, mobility      139
Grey tin, refractive index      246
Hall effect      11 27 29 see
Holes, conductivity by      7
Impurity, centres      15 64
Impurity, conductivity      13
Impurity, levels      8
Impurity, scattering      14
insulators      6
Insulators, absorption      16
Insulators, photocurrents      25
Insulators, refractive index theory      20
Intensity dependence of photocurrents      38 44 see
Interference, optical      248
Interstitial impurities      15
Intrinsic conductivity      8
Iodine      230 et seq
Iodine, absorption      236
Iodine, activation energy      239 240
Iodine, conductivity      235 et seq
Iodine, mobility      236
Iodine, photoconductivity      231 et seq
Iodine, refractive index      238
Iodine, response time      234
Iodine, spectral sensitivity      232 et seq
Junctions, p-n      50 60 122
Lattice, absorption      16
Lattice, constant, activation energy relation to      245
Lattice, imperfections      63
Lattice, scattering      14
Lorentz — Lorenz formula      21 65
Magneto-resistance effect      12 129 207
Mean free path      14
Metal-semiconductor contact      54
Mobility      12 14 see
Optical properties      see Absorption and Refractive index
Oscillator strength      18
Phosphorus      141 et seq
Phosphorus, absorption      151 152
Phosphorus, activation energy      150 155
Phosphorus, conductivity      144 et seq 150
Phosphorus, photoconductivity      144 et seq
Phosphorus, spectral sensitivity      145 et seq
Photo-emission      69
Photo-response, barrier theory      41 et seq
Photo-response, recombination theory 37      et seq
Photoconductivity      24 et seq see
Photoconductivity, insulators, in      25
Photoconductivity, semiconductors, in      28 75
Photoconductivity, spectral distribution      30 et seq 44
Photocurrents, intensity dependence      37 et seq
Photocurrents, magnitudes      40
Photocurrents, primary      24
Photocurrents, secondary      24
Photoelectric lines, determination of activation energy by      34
Photovoltage, germanium      122
Photovoltage, metal-semiconductor contacts, theory for      54
Photovoltage, p-n junction, theory for      50
Photovoltage, spectral distribution      55
Pressure dependence of activation energy      59
Quantum efficiency      27 120
Rectifying barrier      51 54
Reflectivity      249
Refractive index      20 61 see
Refractive index, absorption, relation to      3 22 65
Response time      38 see
Selenium      185 et seq
Selenium, absorption      189 198
Selenium, activation energy      187 199 202
Selenium, amorphous      185 et seq
Selenium, conductivity      186 191 193
Selenium, metallic      192 et seq
Selenium, mobility      194
Selenium, mono-clinic      191
Selenium, photoconductivity      187 191 193
Selenium, refractive index      199 et seq
Selenium, response time      188 197
Selenium, spectral sensitivity      187 191 195
Semiconductor-metal contact      54
Silicon      107 et seq
Silicon, absorption      112 et seq
Silicon, activation energy      no 111 114 246
Silicon, conductivity      109
Silicon, mobility      110
Silicon, photoconductivity      107
Silicon, refractive index      111
Silicon, response time      108
Silicon, spectral sensitivity      108 et seq
Spectral distribution of sensitivity      30 et seq 44 61 see
Spectral distribution of sensitivity, activation energy from      31 et seq
Spectral distribution of sensitivity, effect of diffusion      46
Spectral distribution of sensitivity, for photovoltaic effect      55
Spectral distribution of sensitivity, temperature dependence      57 et seq 65
Sulphur      180 et seq
Sulphur, absorption      184
Sulphur, activation energy      182 183
Sulphur, conductivity      182 184
Sulphur, photoconductivity      180 et seq
Sulphur, refractive index      183
Sulphur, spectral sensitivity      181 et seq
Surface states      42
Tellurium      204 et seq
Tellurium, absorption      220 222
Tellurium, activation energy      205 226 246
Tellurium, conductivity      204 et seq 217
Tellurium, Hall effect      204
Tellurium, mobility      205 207
Tellurium, photo-emission      219
Tellurium, photoconductivity      208 et seq 217
Tellurium, refractive index      223 et seq
Tellurium, response time      210 214
Tellurium, spectral sensitivity      209 et seq
Threshold wavelength      31 et seq
Threshold wavelength, activation energy, relation to      31
Threshold wavelength, compounds, data for      62
Threshold wavelength, refractive index, dependence of      61
Threshold wavelength, temperature, dependence of      57 et seq 65
time constant      see Response time
X-ray spectroscopy      6
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