Semiconductor Interfaces, Microstructures and Devices: Properties and applications

1st Edition

Zhe Chuan Feng

CRC Press
Published January 1, 1993
Reference - 308 Pages
ISBN 9780750301800 - CAT# IP647

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Summary

A semiconductor interface is the contact between the semiconductor itself and a metal. The interface is a site of change, and it is imperative to ensure that the semiconducting material is sealed at this point to maintain its reliability. This book examines various aspects of interfaces, showing how they can affect microstructures and devices such as infrared photodetectors (as used in nightsights) and blue diode lasers. It presents various techniques for examining different types of semiconductor material and suggests future potential commercial applications for different semiconductor devices.

Written by experts in their fields and focusing on metallic semiconductors (Cadmium Telluride and related compounds), this comprehensive overview of recent developments is an essential reference for those working in the semiconductor industry and provides a concise and comprehensive introduction to those new to the field.

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