CdTe and related compounds; physics, defects, hetero- and nanostructures, crystal growth surfaces and applications; Part I (Oxford, 2010). - ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ / CONTENTS
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ОбложкаCdTe and related compounds; physics, defects, hetero- and nanostructures, crystal growth surfaces and applications. Part I: Physics, CdTe-based nanostructures, CdTe-based semimagnetic semiconductors, defects / ed. by R.Triboulet, P.Siffert. - Oxford: Elsevier, 2010. - xiii, 417 p.: ill. - (European materials research society). - Bibliogr. at the end of the chapters. - Auth. ind.: p.389-412. - Sub. ind.: p.413-417. - ISBN 978-0-08-046409-1
 

Оглавление / Contents
 
List of contributors ........................................... ix
Foreword ..................................................... xiii

Chapter I    Introduction ....................................... 1

Chapter II   Physics ............................................ 5

Chapter IIA  Zinc Blende Alloy Materials: Band Structures and
             Binding Properties ................................. 7
1  Introduction ................................................. 7
2  Survey of First Principles Status ............................ 8
3  Crystal Structures, Binding, and Elastic Constants ........... 9
4  Concentration Fluctuations .................................. 15
5  Conclusions ................................................. 19
Acknowledgments ................................................ 20

Chapter IIB  Optical Phonon Spectra in CdTe Crystals and
             Ternary Alloys of CdTe Compounds .................. 22
1  Introduction ................................................ 22
2  Phonon Spectra of CdTe ...................................... 22
3  Localized Modes of Impurities in CdTe ....................... 27
4  Ternary Alloys of the CdTe Compounds ........................ 29

Chapter IIC  Band Structure .................................... 38
1  Basic Parameters at 300 К and Lower Temperatures ............ 38
2  Electrical Properties ....................................... 50

Chapter IID  Optical Properties of CdTe ........................ 59
1  General Features ............................................ 59
2  Undoped and Doped Cadmium Telluride ......................... 65
3  The Special Case of Chlorine Doping ......................... 76
4  Prospects ................................................... 79
Acknowledgments ................................................ 81

Chapter IIE  Mechanical Properties ............................. 85
1  Elasticity Properties ....................................... 85
2  Inelastic Behavior .......................................... 87
3  Fracture Properties ......................................... 93
4  Optoelectronic-Mechanical Couplings ......................... 94
5  Summary ..................................................... 95

Chapter III  CdTe-Based Nanostructures ......................... 99
1  Growth ..................................................... 100
2  Electronic Properties ...................................... 114
3  Perspectives ............................................... 128
Acknowledgments ............................................... 129

Chapter IV   CdTe-Based Semimagnetic Semiconductors ........... 133
1  Introduction ............................................... 133
2  Crystal Growth Technology of CdMnTe ........................ 134
3  Physical Properties of Bulk CdMnTe ......................... 135
4  Other CdTe-Based Semimagnetic Semiconductors ............... 144
5  Epitaxial Layers and Low-Dimensional Structures ............ 145
6  Conclusions and Prospects .................................. 163
Acknowledgments ............................................... 164

Chapter V    Defects .......................................... 169

Chapter VA   Extended Defects in CdTe ......................... 171
1  Introduction ............................................... 171
2  Crystallography, Descriptions of the Defect Types and
   Defect Phenomena ........................................... 180
3  Defects in Bulk Crystals of CdTe ........................... 208
Acknowledgements .............................................. 221
Literature on Extended Defects in CdTe ........................ 221

Chapter VB   Inclusions and Precipitates in CdZnTe
             Substrates ....................................... 228
1  Introduction ............................................... 228
2  Second Phase Particles: Formation and Identification ....... 230
3  How to Produce Precipitate and Inclusion Free CdZnTE
   Substrates ................................................. 242
4  CdZnTe Wafer Purification .................................. 251
5  Conclusion ................................................. 254

Chapter VC   Point Defects .................................... 258

Chapter VC1  Theoretical Calculation of Point Defect
             Formation Energies in CdTe ....................... 259
1  Introduction ............................................... 259
2  Formation Energies ......................................... 260
3  Electronic Excitation Energies ............................. 261
4  Defect Free Energies ....................................... 262
5  Prediction of Native Point Defect Densities in CdTe ........ 263
6  Native Defects and their Relationship to Doping ............ 264
7  Future Challenges .......................................... 264

Chapter VC2  Experimental identification of intrinsic point
             defects .......................................... 266

Chapter VC2A Characterization of Intrinsic Defect Levels in
             CdTe and CdZnTe .................................. 267
1  Introduction ............................................... 267
2  Characterization of Various Defect Levels in CdTe/CZT ...... 269
3  Conclusions ................................................ 289
Acknowledgments ............................................... 289

Chapter VC2B Experimental Identification of the Point
             Defects .......................................... 292
1  Introduction ............................................... 292
2  Charged PDS ................................................ 293

Chapter VI   Doping ........................................... 309
1  Preliminary Remarks ........................................ 309
2  Impurities in CdTe ......................................... 310
3  General Aspects of Dopant Behaviour ........................ 313
4  Dopants in CdTe ............................................ 317

Chapter VII  Impurity Compensation ............................ 363
1  Introduction ............................................... 363
2  Compensated Conductivity ................................... 364
3  Semi-Insulating State ...................................... 372
4  Amphoteric Impurities ...................................... 383
5  Conclusion ................................................. 384

Author index .................................................. 389
Subject index ................................................. 413


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