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High field transport in semiconductors

Esther M. Conwell

High field transport in semiconductors

by Esther M. Conwell

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semiconductors

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Esther M. Conwell.
    SeriesSolid state physics. Supplement, 9
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC612.S4 C67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 293 p.
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5532733M
    LC Control Number67008742

    For an injected carrier density of n ≈ × 10 18 cm-3 and electric field intensity E = 25 KV/cm, the drift velocity of electrons as high as V d = × 10 7 cm/sec was observed. We demonstrate in this work that time-resolved Raman spectroscopy is a feasible technique to interrogate both ballistic transport and velocity overshoot phenomena Cited by: 1. charge transport in semiconductor materials under an electric field. Th ese problems are used in mathematical simulations for better desc ribing the electrons behavior, the necessary.

    This book describes the basic concepts of various physical phenomena in semiconductors and their modulated structures under high magnetic fields. The topic cover magneto-transport phenomena, cyclotron resonance, far-infrared spectroscopy, magneto-optical spectroscopy, diluted magnetic semiconductors in high magnetic fields, as well as the recent advances in the experimental . Topics in High Field Transport in Semiconductors的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人,还是一件事,都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。.

    Electron Transport in Semiconductors The subject of electronic transport in semiconductors and in solids in general, is a very old problem, which has been well studied over the past 75 years. Transport is an inherently non-equilibrium phenomena, where the role of dissipation and the coupling to the environment play a crucial role. Charge Transport Physics of High-Mobility Molecular Semiconductors Article in physica status solidi (b) (9) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.


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This book gives a basic introduction to the concepts behind Bloch oscillations. It describes how the physics of high field transport has been investigated through a broad range of experimental techniques such as interband and intraband optical spectroscopy and transport experiments.

Possible applications and further trends are also : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Any motion of free carriers in a semiconductor leads to a current. This motion can be caused by an electric field due to an externally applied voltage, since the carriers are charged particles. We will refer to this transport mechanism as carrier drift.

In addition, carriers also move from regions where the carrier density is high to regions. Topics in high field transport in semiconductors [electronic resource] / editors, Kevin F.

High field transport in semiconductors book, P. Paul Ruden. This book examines some of the charge carrier transport issues encountered in the field of modern semiconductor devices and novel materials. Theoretical approaches to the understanding and modeling of the relevant physical phenomena, seen in devices that have very small spatial dimensions and that operate under high electric field strength, are.

We present a study of the effect of contacts on high field transport by detailed Monte Carlo simulations of transport in an n-region which terminates in an n GaAs/metal contact (Arnold ). The details of the Monte Carlo transport simulation method which we employed were reported by Brennan and coworkers (a) and in the references.

This book examines some of the charge carrier transport issues encountered in the field of modern semiconductor devices and novel materials.

Theoretical approaches to the understanding and modeling of the relevant physical phenomena, seen in devices that have very small spatial dimensions and that operate under high electric field strength, are described in papers written by leading experts.

The area of high field transport in semiconductors has been of interest since the early studies of dielectric breakdown in various materials. It really emerged as a sub-discipline of semiconductor physics in the early 's, following the discovery of substantial deviations from Ohm's law at highBrand: Springer US.

This second edition discusses the importance of semiconductors along with their newest applications. The book introduces the ever-changing field of semiconductors, before covering chapters on electronic structure, lattice dynamics, transport structures, optical properties and electron–electron interaction.

The area of high field transport in semiconductors has been of interest since the early studies of dielectric breakdown in various materials. It really emerged as a sub-discipline of semiconductor physics in the early 's, following the discovery of substantial deviations from Ohm's law at high electric fields.

Semiconductor Transport is an introductory text on electron transport in semiconductor materials and is written for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The book provides a thorough treatment of modern approaches to the transport properties of semiconductors and their calculation.

Topics in High Field Transport 5. Optical. Buy Physics of Semiconductors in High Magnetic Fields (Series on Semiconductor Science and Technology Book 15): Read Books Reviews - A fully quantum theory of phonon-limited electron transport in semiconductors is applied to a homogeneous steady-state situation to investigate the difference between quantum results and the results of a semiclassical theory.

The Wigner function is used for the quantum approach, and Monte Carlo simulations are performed in both semiclassical and quantum theories. Fundamentals of Carrier Transport is an accessible introduction to the behaviour of charged carriers in semiconductors and semiconductor devices. It is written specifically for engineers and students without an extensive background in quantum mechanics and solid-state physics.

This second edition contains many new and updated sections, including a completely new chapter on transport in.

Hydrodynamic simulation of semiconductor devices. Simulation of semiclassical transport. Cellular automata in high-field semiconductor transport. Quantum transport theory.

Density matrix theory of coherent ultrafast dynamics. Dynamic and nonlinear transport in mesoscopic structures. Transport in systems with chaotic dynamics: lateral superlattices. High-field mobility parameters for some semiconductors are given in Table ; results for other materials are reviewed in [4, 68, 69, 70].

The carrier mobility of nitrides is discussed in Section Scattering at High Fields. Measurements of Mobility and Associated Fundamentals. Multiband Effects and Mixed Conductivity. van der Pauw Method. Quantum Hall Effect – Shubnikov–de Haas. Measured Mobility in n‐type GaN.

Measurement of High‐Field Electron Velocity in n‐Type GaN. Carrier Transport in p‐Type GaN. Carrier Transport in InN. Selected Topics in Electronics and Systems Topics in High Field Transport in Semiconductors, pp.

() No Access QUANTUM TRANSPORT AND ITS SIMULATION WITH THE WIGNER-FUNCTION APPROACH CARLO JACOBONI. Semiconductor Transport is an introductory text on electron transport in semiconductor materials and is written for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The book provides a thorough treatment of modern approaches to the transport properties of semiconductors and Book Edition: 1st Edition.

One great book to start with is Neamen's Semiconductor Physics and Devices. It's written in an easygoing tone and very readable, and it covers everything from basic solid-state physics to transport behavior (e.g., drift-diffusion) to all kinds of.As we have pointed out earlier, the high-field transport of charge carriers can be described within the framework of Boltzmann transport equation (BTE).

However, for large perturbations due to high fields, the collision term, in the BTE, cannot be linearized using a simple microscopic relaxation time.2 1. Introduction The high-field transport of semiconductors is an old topic, and yet its importance is still increasing. A half century ago, Ryder1) and Shockley2) investigated the current in germanium and silicon, and proposed the theory of the drift-diffusion current 3) as well as the velocity saturation.