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Thermodynamics of groups III-V and II-VI compound semiconductors

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Semiconductor-metal boundaries,
  • Semiconductors,
  • Thermodynamics

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Statementby Kow-Ming Chang
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 344 leaves :
Number of Pages344
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25923288M
OCLC/WorldCa14514613

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This first volume presents the most important data on two groups of semiconductors, the elements of the IVth group of the periodic system and the III-V compounds. All data were compiled from information on about pages in various volumes of the New Series of Landolt-Bornstein. Binary Compound Semiconductors: Zinc-blende III-V's II-VI's Material Semiconductor Crystal Lattice Energy Band System Name Symbol Structure Period(A) Gap(eV) Type III-V Aluminum phosphide AlP Z i Aluminum arsenide AlAs Z i Aluminum antimonide AlSb Z i. NCs of the IV–VI semiconductor class, namely, PbS, PbSe, and PbTe, provide unique properties for investigating the effects of strong confinement on electrons and excitons (Table 3).The degree of confinement of charge carriers could be many times stronger than in most II–VI and III–V semiconductors, and recently lead–salt NCs have been studied intensively with respect to multiple. Abstract. Compound semiconductors, which crystallize in the cubic zincblende structure, cleave along {} planes. Such planes contain the same number of anions and cations per unit area and are thus intrinsically by: 1.

PROPERTIES OF THE III-V COMPOUND SEMIC0NDUCTORS Author - @ When quoting data from here, please state the reference as D W Palmer, , semiconductors III-V and II-VI opens this technologically well-studied group to the realm of topology. 2. Basic interfacial physics of III-V/II-VI heterovalent superlattices Changes in thermodynamic stability due to interfacial atomic exchange In heterovalent superlattices the total energy consists of . able thermodynamic properties of II–VI and III–VI semiconductors. An empirical rule is proposed: for a par - ticular combination of Periodic Groups, the enthalpy and Gibbs energy of formation. III-V and II-VI compound semiconductors. Nucleation and growth processes The older theory of nucleation is based on thermodynamical approach. The nucleus of the new phase is formed from the supersaturated vapour. Below a certain size, the nucleus is subcritical because it has a better chance of disappearing than of : R Dhanasekaran, P Ramasamy.

J. Phys. Chem. Solids, , Vol. 34, pp. Pergamon Press. Printed in Great Brilain THERMODYNAMICS OF III-V SOLUTIONS WITH n COMPONENTS D. HUBER* Institut fiir Technische Elektronik der Technischen Universit~it Miinchen, Germany (Received 1 December ; in revised form 12 February ) Abstract -- A method has been developed for the calculation of phase diagrams of Cited by: Compound semiconductors, which crystallize in the cubic zincblende structure, cleave along {} planes. Such planes contain the same number of anions and cations per unit area and are thus Author: Eugene Machlin. Section Semiconductors Crystal structure and bonding Another important group of semiconductors is the Group III-V compounds, so named because each contains two elements, one from the third and the other from the fifth column of the periodic table. III-V InSb II-VI ZnS II-VI ZnSe II-VI CdSe File Size: 1MB. Apache/ (Ubuntu) Server at Port