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Luminescence Spectroscopy of Semiconductors

ISBN : 9780199588336

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¥19,624
Author: 
Ivan Pelant; Jan Valenta
Pages
560 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
195 x 253 mm
Pub date
Feb 2012
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This book reviews up-to-date ideas of how the luminescence radiation in semiconductors originates and how to analyze it experimentally. The book fills a gap between general textbooks on optical properties of solids and specialized monographs on luminescence. It is unique in its coherent treatment of the phenomenon of luminescence from the very introductory definitions, from light emission in bulk crystalline and amorphous materials to the advanced chapters that deal with semiconductor nano objects, including spectroscopy of individual nanocrystals. The theory of radiative recombination channels in semiconductors is considered on a level of intuitive physical understanding rather than rigorous quantum mechanical treatment. The book is based on teaching and written in the style of a graduate text with plenty of tutorial material, illustrations, and problem sets at chapter ends. It is designed predominantly for students in physics, optics, optoelectronics and materials science.

Index: 

1. Introduction
2. Experimental techniques of luminescence spectroscopy
3. Kinetic description of luminescence processes
4. Phonons and their participation in optical phenomena
5. Channels of radiative recombination in semiconductors
6. Nonradiative recombination
7. Luminescence of excitons
8. Highly excited semiconductors
9. Luminescence of disordered semiconductors
10. Stimulated emission
11. Electroluminescence
12. Electronic structure and luminescence of low-dimensional semiconductors
13. Effects of high excitation in low-dimensional structures
14. Stimulated emission and lasing in low-dimensional structures
15. Silicon nanophotonics
16. Photonic structures
17. Spectroscopy of single semiconductor nanocrystals

About the author: 

Ivan Pelant was Head of the Department of Chemical Physics at Charles University in Prague from 1990-1993. He has been Researcher at the Institute of Physics at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i., Prague from 1994 until present and was appointed as Professor of Quantum Optics and Optoelectronics, Charles University in Prague in 2002. ; Jan Valenta has been Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague since 2004.

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