Handbook of Luminescent Semiconductor Materials
English | 2012 | 460 pages | PDF | 33 MB
This handbook explains how photoluminescence spectroscopy is a powerful and practical analytical tool for revealing the fundamentals of light interaction and, thus, the optical properties of semiconductors. The book shows how luminescent semiconductors are used in lasers, photodiodes, infrared detectors, light-emitting diodes, solid-state lamps, solar energy, and biological imaging.
1 Principles of Photoluminescence
2 AlN: Properties and Applications
3 GaN-Based Optical Devices
4 Photoluminescence of ZnO: Basics and Applications
5 Novel Applications of ZnO: Random Lasing and UV Photonic Light Sources
6 Luminescent ZnO and MgZnO
7 Luminescence Studies of Impurities and Defects in III-Nitride Semiconductors
8 Narrow-Gap Semiconductors for Infrared Detectors
9 Solid-State Lighting
10 Fundamentals of the Quantum Confinement Effect
11 Selenide and Sulfide Quantum Dots and Nanocrystals: Optical Properties
12 Radiative Cascades in Semiconductor Quantum Dots
13 Photoluminescence and Carrier Transport in Nanocrystalline TiO2
14 Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Single Semiconductor Nanoparticles
15 Biological Applications of Photoluminescent Semiconductor Quantum Dots
Molecular Quantum Dynamics: From Theory to Applications
Light Propagation in Linear Optical Media
Introduction to Graphene-Based Nanomaterials: From Electronic Structure to ...
Growth Mechanisms and Novel Properties of Silicon Nanostructures from Quant ...
Novel Three-state Quantum Dot Gate Field Effect Transistor: Fabrication, Mo ...
Lanthanide-Doped Luminescent Nanomaterials: From Fundamentals to Bioapplica ...
Low Dimensional Semiconductor Structures: Characterization, Modeling and Ap ...
Optical Properties of Photonic Structures: Interplay of Order and Disorder
Optical Techniques for Solid-State Materials Characterization
Silicon Solid State Devices and Radiation Detection
Quantum State Transfer and Network Engineering
Radiation Effects in Semiconductors
Responsive Photonic Nanostructures: Smart Nanoscale Optical Materials