3 edition of Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials, 1981 found in the catalog.
Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials, 1981
by Institute of Physics Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||A. G. Cullis (Editor), D. C. Joy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||476|
Scanning microwave microscopy applied to semiconducting GaAs structures is presented and used to extract quantitative carrier densities from a semiconducting n-doped GaAs multilayer sample. This robust and versatile algorithm is instrument and frequency independent, as we demonstrate by analyzing experimental data from two different Cited by: 4. Page 1 Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Materials and Phenomena: The Science of Modern Technology. Important and unexpected discoveries have been made in all areas of condensed-matter and materials physics in the decade since the Brinkman report. 1 Although these scientific discoveries are impressive, perhaps equally impressive are technological advances during the .
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Materials Section.; Institute of Physics (Great Britain). Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group.;]. The 14 th conference in the series focused on the most recent advances in the study of the structural and electronic properties of semiconducting materials by the application of transmission and scanning electron microscopy.
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It also covers specimen preparation using focused ion beam milling and advances in microscopy techniques using different types of scanning probes, such as AFM, STM, and SCM. This book presents the latest developments in semiconducting materials and devices, providing up-to-date information on the science, processes, and applications in the field.
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Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials A G Cullis & D C Joy (eds) Royal Microscopical Society, Second Conference. Oxford. April 68 papers, including 12 invited lectures, discussing the behaviour of defects and impurities in semiconducting materials, the characteristics of as-grown materials in bulk and thin films, and the effects.
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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of D C Joy books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Inwith his colleague Heinrich Rohrer, he designed the first scanning tunneling microscope, which uses quantum mechanical effects to magnify images of conducting or semiconducting materials to the extent that individual atoms are easily recognizable.
In they invented the atomic force microscope, which uses an almost unfathomably Born: D.A. Bonnell, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) is a technique that uses tunneling electrons to produce three-dimensional real-space images of the surfaces of materials.
The technique is as simple in concept as stylus profilometry, yet it provides capabilities not available with any other measurement method.Banner image: Nitride LEDs being tested. Semiconducting materials underpin many of the modern technologies that we increasingly take for granted, such as tablets and mobile phones, and are also ubiquitous in data processing, systems control and power conversion in a vast range of less obvious contexts such as the automotive industry.