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Polycrystalline semiconductors VI

materials, technologies, and large area electronics : proceedings of the sixth international conference, Saint Malo, September 3-7, 2000

by POLYSE 2000 (2000 Saint-Malo, France)

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Published by Scitec Publications Ltd., Distributed in the Americas by Trans Tech Publications in Switzerland, Enfield, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polycrystalline semiconductors -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementeditors, O. Bonnaud ... [et al.].
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesDiffusion and defect data -- v. 80-81
    ContributionsBonnaud, O.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC611.8.P64 P67 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination459 p. :
    Number of Pages459
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18479336M
    ISBN 103908450632
    LC Control Number2002275114

    Polycrystalline Silicon IV Semiconductors. Of the IV group elements C,Si,Ge,Sn,Pb; Si and Ge are considered semiconductors although graphite,a allotropic form of carbon is conducting but its conductivity is too high than the standard ,it is like the metal. III-V Semiconductors. multicrystalline material: just like polycrystalline material maintains long-range order only within limited in volume grains; it differs from polycrystalline material in that the grains(i)in m.c. material are larger and (ii)are typically significantly expanded along the direction of solidification (z direction); also m.c material is in the form of wafers cut out of the ingot rather than thin.

    In polycrystalline semiconductors the trapping of charge at the grain boundaries has a decisive influence on the electrical transport properties through the formation of electrostatic potential barriers. By proper materials processing many interesting device applications can be realised, which exploit the electrical activity of these interfaces. amorphous semiconductor[ə′mȯrfəs ¦semēkən¦dəktər] (solid-state physics) A semiconductor material which is not entirely crystalline, having only short-range order in its structure. Semiconductor, Amorphous a substance in the amorphous solid state that has the properties of a semiconductor. Amorphous semiconductors are divided into.

    Laboratory #7 Guide: X-Ray Diffraction Studies of Polycrystalline Semiconductor Thin Films Novem Introduction Analysis of crystalline structure and the degree of crystallinity of semiconductor thin films by x-ray diffraction (XRD) provides key insights into material quality. Some. The purpose of this book is twofold: * to discuss the key properties of the group-IV, III-V and II-VI semiconductors * to systemize these properties from a solid-state physics aspect The majority Author: Sadao Adachi.


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This book comprises the contributions to the sixth conference on polycrystalline semiconductors (POLYSE). Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).The conference covered many aspects of polycrystalline semiconductors, but was more applications-oriented than on previous occasions; thereby reflecting the rapid evolution of these technologies.

Get this from a library. Polycrystalline semiconductors VI: materials, technologies, and large area electronics: proceedings of the sixth international conference, Saint. This book contains papers that were presented at the International Conference on Polycrystalline Semiconductors - Grain Boundaries, Dislocations and Het­ erointerfaces - (POLYSE '90), which was held in Schwabisch Hall, FRG, from July 30 to August 3, This conference was a satellite conference of the 20th International Conference on the.

The book originated from the lectures and seminars presented at the course on "Po1ycrystall i ne Semi conductors - Physical Properties and Applications" of "the International School on Materials Scien­ ce and Technology, hel d at the Centre for Sci entifi c Culture "Ettore Majorana" in.

: Polycrystalline Semiconductors (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences) (): Harbeke, Günther: Books. Polycrystalline compound semiconductors, in particular II–VI and I–III–VI 2 compounds, are considered as important options for low cost photovoltaics.

Devices with conversion efficiencies of more than 12% have been by: 8. The present volume covers many aspects of semiconductors, over the wide structural range Polycrystalline semiconductors VI book nano- to large-grained crystalline.

Scientists working on polycrystalline semiconductors, with various chemistries, here review fundamental research, technology and applications.

J.R. Chelikowsky, in Comprehensive Semiconductor Science and Technology, (iii) Zinc selenide. The prototypical II–VI semiconductor is zinc selenide. However, unlike the prototypical III–V semiconductor (GaAs) or our prototypical diamond semiconductor (Si or Ge), we do not have as detailed a picture for this class of semiconductors.

Format: Book, Government Document, EBook; LOC call number: TLA no ; Published: Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, []. Find Polycrystalline Semiconductors VI: Materials, Technologies and Large Area Electronics by Bonnaud et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell.

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Rep. of Germany, August September, 2, Interfacial Reactions of TiNx/Si Contacts.- Linear and Parabolic Growth Kinetics in Binary Couples.- VI Thin Films.- Polycrystalline Compound Semiconductor Thin Films in. This book contains the papers presented at the international symposium Polycrys- talline Semiconductors - Grain Boundaries and Interfaces (POLYSE '88) that was held in Malente, FRG, from August 29 to September 2, This conference has two roots: Firstly, it is a successor to a conference on polycrystalline semi- conductors held in Perpignan, France, in and to a summer school in.

Polycrystalline silicon, or multicrystalline silicon, also called polysilicon or poly-Si, is a high purity, polycrystalline form of silicon, used as a raw material by the solar photovoltaic and electronics industry.

Polysilicon is produced from metallurgical grade silicon by a chemical purification process, called the Siemens process. This process involves distillation of volatile silicon. Interfacial Reactions of TiNx/Si Contacts.- Linear and Parabolic Growth Kinetics in Binary Couples.- VI Thin Films.- Polycrystalline Compound Semiconductor Thin Films in Solar Cells.- Electronic Properties of Photoetched CdSe Films.- Thin Film Transistors and Light Sensors with Polycrystalline CdSe-Semiconductors.- VII Crystallization Polycrystalline Semiconductors By L.L.

Kazmerski (With 12 Figures) 96 Investigation of the Cobalt Segregation at Grain Boundaries in Silicon By T. Tütken, W. Schröter, and HJ. Möller (With 5 Figures) On the Influence of the Cottrell Atmosphere on the Recombination Losses at Grain Boundaries in Polycrystalline Silicon.

CONDUCTIVITY OF POLYCRYSTALLINE SEMICONDUCTORS Figure 2 represents the system halfgrain-intergrain domain-halfgrain. In the case where a depletion region exists at the interface (VDi Cited by: Polycrystalline Semiconductors V -Bulk Materials, Thin Films and Devices-Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference, held in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, SeptemberEditors: J.H.

Werner H.P. Strunk H.W. Schock Scitec Publications Ltd Member of the Trans Tech Group of Publishers. Types of semiconductor materials. Group IV elemental semiconductors, (C, Si, Ge, Sn); Group IV compound semiconductors; Group VI elemental semiconductors, (S, Se, Te); III–V semiconductors: Crystallizing with high degree of stoichiometry, most can be obtained as both n-type and have high carrier mobilities and direct energy gaps, making them useful for optoelectronics.

P reface This book contains contributions that were presented at the International Conference on Polycrystalline Semiconductors having taken place from September 10 to 13,in Nara, Japan. Nara, the old emperor town, with its beautiful peaceful ancient.

The cubic lattices are an important subset of these fourteen Bravais lattices since a large number of semiconductors are cubic.

The three cubic Bravais lattices are the simple cubic lattice, the body-centered cubic lattice and the face-centered cubic lattice as shown in Figure Since all unit vectors identifying the traditional unit cell have the same size, the crystal structure is.

polycrystalline semiconductors in the photovoltaic industry. The grain sizes of these polycrystalline materials are on the order of millimeters or less, and the electronic quality of individual grains is often related to their crystallographic orientations and intragrain defect structure.The desire for improved thermal management in power semiconductor device packaging is becoming increasingly important due to the progression towards implementing wide-bandgap semiconductor (WBG) materials, such as silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN).

These semiconductor materials have the capability of operating at much higher voltages, temperatures, and frequencies compared to Author: Brandon M. Guenther.This multidisciplinary book inspires profound understanding of (well-illustrated) intimate relationships between physical parameters and statistical characteristics of confined acoustic phonons and phonon-like excitations in polycrystalline and spatially non-homogeneous amorphous semiconductors and insulators, related to them lattice strain and anisotropy (if any) in sound velocity, features.