Amorphous Semiconductors: Structural, Optical, and Electronic Properties
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 6, 2017 - Technology & Engineering - 286 pages
Amorphous semiconductors are subtances in the amorphous solid state that have the properties of a semiconductor and which are either covalent or tetrahedrally bonded amorphous semiconductors or chelcogenide glasses.
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a‐Chs a‐Se a‐Si a‐Si:H sample AC conductivity AC loss American Physical Society amorphous chalcogenides amorphous semiconductors annealing band gap band tail carriers centers chalcogenide glasses conduction band coordination crystalline curve dangling bonds decrease density discussed disordered distribution doping electrical electron spin electron–hole pairs Elsevier ENDOR energy Equation excitons experimental films frequency hopping hydrogen‐related dangling bond hydrogenated amorphous silicon illumination interaction Kugler LESR Lett magnetic resonance materials measurements metastable midgap mobility Morigaki n‐type neutron diffraction Non‐Cryst nonradiative observed obtained ODMR optical absorption optical excitation orbitals pair parameters peak Philos photoconductivity photocurrent photoinduced photoluminescence photon Phys potential pulse radiative recombination Reproduced with permission Section selenium self‐trapped holes Shimakawa shown in Figure Si–H bond signal simulation so‐called Solid State Commun Source spectra spectroscopy spectrum spin echo spin‐dependent structure technique thermal tight‐binding transition trapped valence band weak Si–Si bond