Defects and defect processes in nonmetallic solids
Defects and Defect Processes in Nonmetallic Solids covers both crystalline and amorphous materials and discusses the significance of defects in metal-insulator transitions, intercalates, and polymers. Numerous illustrations (many created expressly for this book) and tables supplement the text, providing students and researchers in science, chemistry, physics, optics, and electrical engineering with a background in device development and defects in solid states. Book jacket.
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ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES 1
INTERATOMIC FORCES AND ATOMIC
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acceptors activation energy alkali halides amorphous amorphous solids Anderson localization anion anion vacancies atoms bandgap behavior bulk CaF2 calculations carriers cation charge components concentration conduction band constant coordination coupling crystalline dangling bond density dependence dielectric dielectric constant diffusion dipole dislocation disorder displacements distortion donors doping effective elastic electric field electrons and holes emission Equation equilibrium example excited exciton F center factor Fermi level Figure fluorite formation frequency GaAs give graphite hydrogen important impurity interaction intercalate interstitial involved ionic crystals ionization ions Jahn-Teller lattice layers low temperatures luminescence matrix mechanism metal mobility modes molecular molecule motion neutral nonradiative occur one-electron orbitals oxide oxygen pairs particles phonon plane point defects polarization polaron properties radiation reaction recombination relaxation resonance scattering Section semiconductors shell model silicon solid species spin structure surface symmetry theory thermal transitions trapped unit cell valence band wavefunctions wavevector