Physics of Wurtzite Nitrides and Oxides: Passport to Devices
This book gives a survey of the current state of the art of a special class of nitrides semiconductors, Wurtzite Nitride and Oxide Semiconductors. It includes properties, growth and applications. Research in the area of nitrides semiconductors is still booming although some basic materials sciences issues were solved already about 20 years ago. With the advent of modern technologies and the successful growth of nitride substrates, these materials currently experience a second birth. Advanced new applications like light-emitters, including UV operating LEDs, normally on and normally off high frequency operating transistors are expected. With progress in clean room technology, advanced photonic and quantum optic applications are envisioned in a close future. This area of research is fascinating for researchers and students in materials science, electrical engineering, chemistry, electronics, physics and biophysics. This book aims to be the ad-hoc instrument to this active field of research.
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2 Basics of Growth and Structural Characterization
3 Electrons and Phonons in Wurtzitic Semiconductors
4 Optical Properties of Wurtzitic Semiconductors and Epilayers
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absorption alloy atoms band gap band structure band to band barrier layers binding energy Bloch Brillouin zone bulk calculation components conduction band Confined Stark Effect corresponding crystal decay density dielectric constant diffraction direction dispersion relations doping effective mass electric field electron and hole envelope functions epilayers epitaxial evolution exciton exciton binding energy free exciton group theory growth Hamiltonian heterostructures hexagonal indicated indium nitride irreducible representations low temperature materials matrix element modes obtained optical properties orientation orthogonal oscillator strength phonon photoluminescence photoluminescence intensity Phys plotted polariton potential quantities Quantum Confined Stark quantum dots quantum number radiative recombination reciprocal lattice reflectivity represented reticular planes sample semiconductor spectra spectrum splitting Stark Effect strain field substrate symmetry thickness transition energies valence band values versus wave functions wave vector wave-function width writes wurtzite wurtzitic semi-conductors X-ray zone center