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|Other titles||Semiconductors. Group IV elements and III-V compounds., Semiconductors. Other than group IV elements and III-V compounds.|
|Statement||Otfried Madelung, editor.|
|LC Classifications||QC611.45 .S46 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||317 p. :|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||96017680|
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Semiconductors - Basic Data. [O Madelung] -- The large handbooks in physics, chemistry and other disciplines contain data needed every day as well as additional equally important data needed only at longer time intervals. 2 Synopsis of the sections of this book and the corresponding sections of volumes III\/17, III\/22 and III\/23a of the.
This volume Semiconductors: Data Handbook contains frequently used data from the corresponding larger Landolt-Börnstein handbooks in a low price book for the individual scientist working in the laboratory.
The Handbook contain important information about a large number of by: All data were compiled from information on semiconductors presented on more than pages in various volumes of the New Series of Landolt-Bomstein. We hope to meet the needs of the community of semiconductor physicists with this volume, forming a bridge between the laboratory and additional information sources in the libraries.
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Book Edition 3rd ed. Published Berlin: Springer, c Description p.: ill. ; 25 cm. + 1 computer optical disc. Other contributors Madelung, O. (Otfried) Other titles Semiconductors--basic data. Notes The 2nd revised ed. () was published under title: Semiconductors. In this paper we report the results on the fabrication of diluted magnetic semiconductors Zn1-xMnxO1-ySy thin films with manganese x = and sulfur 0≤y≤ compositions, respectively, by.
Semiconductors - Basic Data 2nd revised Edition With Figures Springer. Table of contents A Introduction 1 General remarks 1 2 The corresponding Landolt-Börnstein volumes 2 2 Synopsis of the sections of this book and the corresponding sections of volumes /17,/22 and.
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Semiconductors--basic data book editor has compiled from the 17 volumes of the New Series of the Landolt-Bornstein data handbook which deals with semiconductors.
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A band gap, also called a bandgap or energy gap, is an energy range in a solid where no electron states can exist. The term is used in solid-state physics and chemistry.
Band gaps can be found in insulators and graphs of the electronic band structure of solids, the band gap is the energy difference (in electron volts) between the top of the valence band and the bottom.
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ISBNBook Edition: 1. Greetings everyone, I need a good source that lists various properties of semiconductors such as band gap energy, effective mass of holes and electrons. Do you have a recommendation I looked at ISSP by Kittel and various other books but except band gap energy I could not find much.
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We present a comprehensive and up-to-date compilation of band parameters for all of the nitrogen-containing III–V semiconductors that have been investigated to date. The two main classes are: (1) “conventional” nitrides (wurtzite and zinc-blende GaN, InN, and AlN, along with their alloys) and (2) “dilute” nitrides (zinc-blende ternaries and quaternaries in which a Cited by: Book Review.
Landolt‐Börnstein. Numerical data and functional relationships in science and technology. New Series. Group III: Crystal and Solid State Physics. Vol. Semiconductors. Subvolume a: Intrinsic Properties of Group IV Elements and III‐V, II‐VI and I‐VII Compounds.
by O, Madelung Springer‐Verlag Berlin‐Heidelberg Cited by: 7. The book Semiconductors – Basic Data, which is cited at the end of this chapter, gives a good compilation of electronic and structural data for semiconductors. Optical Transitions An absorption process in a semiconductor can be thought of as a scattering event involving a photon and an electron in which momentum and energy are conserved.
I'm also confused by some of the reported effective mass values. According to the reference book: Madelung, Otfried (ed.), Semiconductors--Basic Data (rev. 2nd ed.), Springer, electron and hole effective masses in ZnO are andrespectively. Should effective masses used for DOS calculations be different somehow.
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