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Materials Science and Technology: Strained-Layer Superlattices: Strained-Layer Superlattices

Materials Science and TechnologyVolume 33 (Semiconductors and Semimetals)

by Thomas P. Pearsall

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    Subjects:
  • Technology: General Issues,
  • Technology / Optics,
  • Optics,
  • Science,
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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages431
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    Open LibraryOL10073172M
    ISBN 10012752133X
    ISBN 109780127521336

      InAs/GaInSb strained type-II superlattices IR detector G. C. Osbourn (Sandia) J Appl Phys () Strained layer superlattice from lattice matched materials G. C. Osbourn (Sandia) J Vac Sci Tech B () InAsSb Strained layer superlattice for LWIR detector Darryl Smith: Caltech thesis advisor of Gordon OsbournFile Size: 2MB. CURRICULUM VITAE Robert Hull, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 8th Street, Troy, NY , Tel: (), email: [email protected] US Citizen. Married, three children. Date of birth J Data Reference Books "Antimonide-Related Strained-Layer Heterostructures" pages M O Manasreh, Editor (Gordon & Breach / Harwood, ) [Vol. 3 of 'Optolectronic Properties of Semiconductors & Superlattices']. Growth of single‐crystal TiN/VN strained‐layer superlattices with extremely high mechanical hardness U Helmersson, S Todorova, SA Barnett, JE Sundgren, LC Markert, Journal of .

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Materials Science and Technology: Strained-Layer Superlattices: Strained-Layer Superlattices by Thomas P. Pearsall Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Boston: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. The physics and technology of semiconductor strained-layer superlattices are surveyed in this two-volume set. Of course, the field of activity is wide and growing.

The contents of this set should not be viewed as a review, but rather as a milestone in research and development that will play an important part in the evolution of semiconductor. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Materials Science and Technology: Materials Science and Technology: Strained-Layer Superlattices Vol.

33 (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. -Effect of Internal Piezoelectric Fields on the Electronic Structure and Optical Properties of Strained-Layer Superlattices -Metastability in Semiconductor Strained-Layer Structures -The Morphology of MOCVD-Grown Semiconductor Multilayers -Electrical Transport Studies of InGaAs/GaAs Strained-Layer Quantum-Well Structures -Device Structures Based on GaAsP/InGaAs Strained Layer Superlattices.

R.M. Biefeld, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, These strained heterostructures and strained-layer superlattices (SLSs) have increased the complexity and diversity of structures that can be used in fundamental materials studies and device design.

The electronic properties of semiconductor superlattices can be intentionally varied by changing their quantum well structures, i.e., by changing their layer thicknesses and their layer alloy compositions.

New flexibility in varying superlattice electronic properties occurs in strained‐layer superlattices, since lattice‐mismatched materials can be used for the individual by: Interfaces of strained layer (Ge n Si m) p superlattices studied by second-harmonic generation Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B: See Strained-layer Superlattices: Materials Science and Technology, edited by T.

Pearsall (Academic, New York, Cited by: 7. X‐ray diffraction from the () thin edges is proposed to analyze the ZnTe‐ZnSe strained‐layer superlattices grown on GaAs() substrates.

Strained lattice spacings parallel to the interfaces and the critical layer thickness of coherent growth can be determined directly by this technique. In spite of the large (7%) lattice mismatch between ZnTe and ZnSe layers, the experimental results Cited by: 4.

mechanisms into account, the limit for a single strained layer is roughly that the strain- thickness product, ε h, should be less than nm [6]. The volume of a layer with coherency strain is. Summary Semiconductor devices based on lattice mismatched heterostructures have been the subject of much study.

This volume focuses on the physics, technology and applications of strained layer quantum wells and superlattices, featuring chapters on aspects ranging from theoretical modeling of quantum-well lasers to materials characterization and assessment by the most prominent researchers in.

The growth of strained‐layer superlattices of InSb/In Al Sb prepared by magnetron sputter epitaxy is reported for the first time. Individually controlled magnetron sputter sources of InSb, Al, and Sb were used to deposit 20‐period superlattices with periods ranging from 76 – Å.

Layer thicknesses determined from x‐ray and cross‐sectional transmission electron microscopy Cited by: Book Description. Semiconductor devices based on lattice mismatched heterostructures have been the subject of much study.

This volume focuses on the physics, technology and applications of strained layer quantum wells and superlattices, featuring chapters on aspects ranging from theoretical modeling of quantum-well lasers to materials characterization and assessment by the most prominent.

This is followed by discussions focused on the most recently developed focal plane arrays based on type-II strained-layer superlattices and quantum dot IR photodetectors.

The physics and technology of semiconductor strained-layer superlattices are surveyed in this two-volume set. Of course, the field of activity is wide and growing. The contents of this set should not be viewed as a review, but rather as a milestone in research and development that will play an important part in the evolution of semiconductor 5/5(1).

The theory of Hjalmarson-Frenkel excitons is extended to excitons in superlattices, and the Ga3d core exciton in GaAs 1-x P x /GaP strained-layer superlattices is predicted to change from a resonance in the conduction band (with apparent negative binding energy) to a bound state in the gap (positive binding energy), as the GaAs 1-x P x layer Author: John D.

Dow, Jun Shen, Shang Yuan Ren, Shang Yuan Ren. Quantum wells and barriers with precise thicknesses and abrupt composition changes at their interfaces are critical for obtaining the desired emission wavelength from quantum cascade laser devices.

High-resolution X-ray diffraction and transmission electron microscopy are commonly used to calibrate and characterize the layers’ thicknesses and compositions. A complementary technique, atom Cited by: 1. Materials Science and Technology: Strained-Layer Superlattices Published: 28th December Serial Editors: Albert Beer R.

Willardson Serial Volume Editor: Thomas Pearsall. Interest in antimonide-related heterostructures is burgeoning due to their applications as light sources, diode lasers, modulators, filters, switches, nonlinear optics, and field-defect transistors.

This volume, featuring contributions from leading researchers in the field, is the first book to focu. Interfacial Mixing Analysis for Strained Layer Superlattices by Atom Probe Tomography. by Ayushi Rajeev 1, Weixin Chen 2, This work is supported by The National Science Foundation, Materials Research and Engineering Center (DMR) and Partners for Innovation (PFI)and Navy STTR NC and Air Force Research Cited by: 1.

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ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting 1/5(1). Retrospective Collection is a collection of books published from to Featured books cover all topics of engineering research and materials science, they show evolution of scientific interest through the years.

In the Retrospective Collection you will find variety of research outcomes connected with the modern view of world scientific community. In the case of composition-modulated materials, e.g. superlattices, the internal stress induced by epitaxial strain is relaxed near the surface region when the specimen is thinned for (S)TEM imaging.

Treacy & Gibson () formulated the strain state in a superlattice using a Fourier series based on the spatial frequency m Λ (Λ is the Cited by: 4. Abstract. The structure and mechanical properties of superlattices have been studied since the ’s.[] The term “superlattice” in this case refers to any thin-film structure with a periodic composition modulation in the film growth by: 3.

The measurement method determines the effective elastic constants of the superlattices directly from the SAW velocity dispersion data measured by LFAM. Two kinds of superlattice films are considered: one has relatively flat and sharp interfaces between layers, Cited by: 1. Purchase Silicon Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Volume 10A - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMaterials Science (General) SiGe Superlattices Si-Ge Strained Layer Superlattices Optical Properties of Strained Ge-Si Superlattices Grown On ()Ge Book Edition: 1.

The content of this book finds twenty-eight different applications in the arena of nano-science and nano-technology. This book contains open research problems which form the integral part of the text and are useful for both PhD aspirants and researchers in the fields of condensed matter physics, materials science, solid state sciences, nano.

InAs/(In,Ga)Sb type-II strained layer superlattices (T2SLs) have made significant progress since they were first proposed as an infrared (IR) sensing material more than three decades ago. Numerous theoretically predicted advantages that T2SL offers over present-day detection technologies, heterojunction engineering capabilities, and technological preferences make T2SL technology Cited by: Antimonide-Related Strained-Layer Heterostructures by M.

Manasreh,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Materials Science and Technology: Strained-layer semiconductor superlattices allow scientists to tailor the electrical and optical properties to design materials and devices with targeted properties. These enable the development of new lasers with potential applications to medical diagnostics.

Washington, DC: The National Academies. 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 same decade.

Miniband Conduction in Semiconductor Superlattices (A Sibille et al.) Barrier Width Dependence of Optical Properties in Semiconductor Superlattices (J J Song et al.) Radiative Processes in GaAs/AIGaAs Heterostructures (P O Holtz et al.) Type-I. [95] T. Kujofsa and J. Ayers, “Novel electrical circuit model for the design of InGaAs/GaAs () strained-layer superlattices,” American Vacuum Society 63rd International Symposium and Exhibition, Nashville, TN (November).

This paper examines the concept of strain balance in alternate tensile and compressively strained layers using classical elasticity theory and clarifies a number of issues associated with the definition of strain and misfit. The strain-balance criteria are derived from a zero average in-plane stress condition and compared against two commonly used thickness weighted models, based on strain and Cited by: Semiconductor devices based on lattice mismatched heterostructures have been the subject of much study.

This volume focuses on the physics, technology and applications of strained layer quantum wells and superlattices, featuring chapters on aspects ranging from theoretical modeling of quantum-well. Present IR technology dominating in this wavelength range is mercury-cadmium-telluride (MCT) detectors characterized by large tunneling currents and sensitivity to variation of composition.

InAs/GaSb Type II strain-layer superlattices (SLS) and InAsSb bulk material are good candidates for the development of room temperature detectors. This chapter begins by discussing the critical thickness and origin of strain in epilayers. It then discusses the deformation potential theory for strain and band structure alteration.

It considers absorption and gain in strained quantum wells, excitonic processes, strained layer superlattices, and special material systems.

Exercises are provided at the end of the chapter. We can now grow near-defect free, nanoscale films of Si and SiGe strained-layer epitaxy compatible with conventional high-volume silicon integrated circuit manufacturing. SiGe and Si Strained-Layer Epitaxy for Silicon Heterostructure Devices tells the materials side of the story and details the many advances in the Si-SiGe strained-layer.InSb/InAsSb strained layer superlattices (SLS) were grown on () InSb substrates by molecular beam epitaxy at [degree]C.

The active device consisted of an InAs[sub ]Sb[sub ]/InSb superlattice region embedded within a [ital p]-[ital i]-[ital n] junction. The large lattice mismatch.Journal Article: Migration-enhanced epitaxial growth of GaAs on Si using (GaAs){sub 1-x}Si{sub 2}{sub x}/GaAs strained-layer superlattice buffer layers.