Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures [NOOK Book]

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"This book has a double aim: to provide the basic concept of each of the selected techniques with an approach understandable by (post)graduate students in physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, and nanotechnology, and to provide a selected set of examples from the recent literature of the best results obtained with the specific techniques for understanding the properties of semiconductor heterostructures." This book will be of interest to scientists working in the field of design, growth, characterization, and testing of
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Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures

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Overview

"This book has a double aim: to provide the basic concept of each of the selected techniques with an approach understandable by (post)graduate students in physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, and nanotechnology, and to provide a selected set of examples from the recent literature of the best results obtained with the specific techniques for understanding the properties of semiconductor heterostructures." This book will be of interest to scientists working in the field of design, growth, characterization, and testing of heterostructure-based devices in both academic and industrial laboratories. It is also a useful reference book in the much broader field of nanotechnology.
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"For graduate students in their disciplines, physicists, chemists, and material scientists and engineers set out the basic concepts of selected techniques for characterizing the heterostructures and nanostructures of semiconductors. The second part of each chapter presents example findings of the technique described in the recent literature."--Reference & Research Book News, October 2013

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780444595492
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 4/11/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 828
  • File size: 13 MB
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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction: the interdisciplinary nature of nanotechnology and its need to exploit frontier characterization techniques Carlo Lamberti Lamberti, Carlo 1

Ch. 2 Ab initio studies of structural and electronic properties Maria Peressi Peressi, Maria Alfonso Baldereschi Baldereschi, Alfonso Stefano Baroni Baroni, Stefano 17

Ch. 3 Electrical characterization of nanostructures Anna Cavallini Cavallini, Anna Laura Polenta Polenta, Laura 55

Ch. 4 Strain and composition determination in semiconducting heterostructures by high-resolution X-ray diffraction Claudio Ferrari Ferrari, Claudio Claudio Bocchi Bocchi, Claudio 93

Ch. 5 Transmission electron microscopy techniques for imaging and compositional evaluation in semiconductor heterostructures Laura Lazzarini Lazzarini, Laura Lucia Nasi Nasi, Lucia Vincenzo Grillo Grillo, Vincenzo 133

Ch. 6 Accessing structural and electronic properties of semiconductor nanostructures via photoluminescence Stefano Sanguinetti Sanguinetti, Stefano Mario Guzzi Guzzi, Mario Massimo Gurioli Gurioli, Massimo 175

Ch. 7 Power-dependent cathodoluminescence in III-nitrides heterostructures: from internal field screening to controlled band-gap modulation Giancarlo Salviati Salviati, Giancarlo Francesca Rossi Rossi, Francesca Nicola Armani Armani, Nicola Vincenzo Grillo Grillo, Vincenzo Laura Lazzarini Lazzarini, Laura 209

Ch. 8 Raman spectroscopy Daniel Wolverson Wolverson, Daniel 249

Ch. 9 X-ray absorption fine structure in the study of semiconductor heterostructures and nanostructures Federico Boscherini Boscherini, Federico 289

Ch. 10 Nanostructures in the light of synchrotron radiation: surface-sensitive X-ray techniques and anomalousscattering Till Metzger Metzger, Till Vincent Favre-Nicolin Favre-Nicolin, Vincent Gilles Renaud Renaud, Gilles Hubert Renevier Renevier, Hubert Tobias Schulli Schulli, Tobias 331

Ch. 11 Grazing incidence diffraction anomalous fine structure in the study of structural properties of nanostructures Maria Grazia Proietti Proietti, Maria Grazia Johann Coraux Coraux, Johann Hubert Renevier Renevier, Hubert 371

Ch. 12 The role of photoemission spectroscopies in heterojunction research Giorgio Margaritondo Margaritondo, Giorgio 407

Ch. 13 ESR of interfaces and nanolayers in semiconductor heterostructures Andre Stesmans Stesmans, Andre Valery V. Afanas'ev Afanas'ev, Valery V. 435

Subject Index 483

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