Weimin Chen, Irina Buyanova
Jenny Stanford Publishing
Published May 31, 2010
Reference - 358 Pages - 118 Color & 76 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9789814267366 - CAT# N10409
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This book provides an in-depth review of the rapidly developing field of spintronic semiconductors. It covers a broad range of topics, including growth and basic physical properties of diluted magnetic semiconductors based on II-VI, III-V and IV semiconductors, recent developments in theory and experimental techniques and potential device applications; its aim is to provide postgraduate students, researchers and engineers a comprehensive overview of our present knowledge and future perspectives of spintronic semiconductors.
Computational Materials Design in Semiconductor Nano-Spintronics, H Katayama-Yoshida et al.
Transition Metal Doped ZnO, D P Norton et al.
Spintronics in III-Nitride Based Materials, R P Davies et al.
Electronic Structure and Lattice Site Location of Mn in III-Mn-V Ferromagnetic Semiconductors, K Alberi et al.
Ga1-XMnXP Synthesized by Ion Implantation and Pulsed-Laser Melting, P R Stone et al.
InMnAs Thin Films and Heterostructures, B W Wessels
Magnetic Doping of Group-IV Semiconductors, M M Özer et al.
Dynamics of Localized Spins in Non-Magnetic Semiconductors, T A Kennedy
Zero-Bias Spin Separation, V V Bel'kov & S D Ganichev
Electrical Spin Injection in Hybrid Ferromagnetic Metal/Semiconductor Structures and Spin-Light Emitting Diodes, P Renucci et al.
Magneto-Optical Sepctroscopy of Spin Injection and Spin Relaxation in Spin Light-Emitting Structures, I A Buyanova & W M Chen
"This book offers recent progress in the spintronic research of semiconductors. The authors, active in this field, provide both theoretical and experimental aspects of the current issues relating to the aforesaid field and the potential applications of diluted magnetic semiconductors. An excellent reference in the spin-related semiconductor physics and electronics for graduate students and researchers."
—Prof. Yasuo Oka, Tohoku University, Japan