Defect Processes Induced by Electronic Excitation in Insulators

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World Scientific, 1989 - Science - 280 pages
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Contents

OVERVIEW OF DEFECT PROCESSES INDUCED
1
Experimental Techniques for Studying Defect Processes
7
EXCITONIC MECHANISM OF DEFECT FORMATION IN ALKALI
13
The Puzzles
19
Adiabatic Instability in the Excited State
25
The Offcenter Model
32
Concluding Remarks
47
LUMINESCENCE AND SELFTRAPPING OF EXCITONS
55
TIMERESOLVED STUDIES OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY IN ALKALI
119
Studies in Microsecond us and Nanosecond ns
127
Itoh et al
168
CASCADEEXCITATION SPECTROSCOPY FOR RECOMBINATION
177
Cascadeexcitation Spectroscopy
189
Relaxation of Holeexcited States of the STE
216
The Rateequation Model for the Cascade
245
ATOMIC PROCESSES INDUCED BY ELECTRONIC EXCITATION
253

Shapes of Free Exciton Luminescence in Nal
62
Thermal Broadening of Free Exciton Luminescence
69
Temperature Dependence of Intensities of Free
76
Energy Relaxation of Is and 2s Free Excitons
83
Laser Sputtering
260
Conclusion
267
SUBJECT INDEX
273
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