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Amorphous semiconductor technology

International Conference on Amorphous Semiconductor Technology (1st 1989 Asheville, NC)

Amorphous semiconductor technology

proceedings of the first International Conference on Amorphous Semiconductor Technology, Asheville, North Carolina, USA, August 24-25, 1989

by International Conference on Amorphous Semiconductor Technology (1st 1989 Asheville, NC)

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Published by North-Holland in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditors: Malcolm J. Thompson, David E. Carlson.
SeriesJournal of non-crystalline solids -- vol.115, nos. 1/3
ContributionsThompson, Malcolm J., Carlson, David E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14334750M

  David Adler Amorphous Semiconductors Butterworths (The Chemical Rubber Co.) CRC Press Acrobat 7 Pdf Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon. Solid state physics after solving so successfully many fundamental problems in perfect or slightly imperfect crystals, tried in recent years to attack problems associated with large disorder with the aim to understand the consequences of the lack of the long-range order. Semiconductors are much more changed by disorder than metals or insulators, and appear to be the most suitable .

Organic semiconductors are solids whose building blocks are pi-bonded molecules or polymers made up by carbon and hydrogen atoms and – at times – heteroatoms such as nitrogen, sulfur and exist in form of molecular crystals or amorphous thin general, they are electrical insulators, but become semiconducting when charges are either injected from . This is a useful textbook for graduate students in the fields of solid state physics and chemistry as well as electronic engineering. Presenting the fundamentals of amorphous semiconductors clearly, it will be essential reading for young scientists intending to develop new preparation techniques for more ideal amorphous semiconductors e.g. a-Si: H, to fabricate stable and .

Abstract This is a treatise on the physics and applications of the new emerging technology of amorphous semiconductors. The authors focus upon research problems such as the optimization of device performance while also presenting the general physics of amorphous semiconductors.   Presenting the fundamentals of amorphous semiconductors clearly, it will be essential reading for young scientists intending to develop new preparation techniques for more ideal amorphous semiconductors e.g. a–Si:H, to fabricate stable and efficient solar cells and thin film transistors and new artificial amorphous materials such as.


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"Amorphous Chalcogenide Semiconductors and Glasses" describes developments in the science and technology of this class of materials. This book offers an up-to-date treatment of chalcogenide glasses and amorphous semiconductors from basic principles to applications while providing the reader with.

It reviews structural properties, properties associated with the charge carrier-phonon interaction, defects, electronic transport, photoconductivity, and some applications of amorphous semiconductors. The book explains a number of recent advances in semiconductor research, including some of the editors' own findings.

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Charge-trapping nonvolatile memories based on amorphous oxide semiconductor (AOS) thin-film transistors (TFTs) present unique merits for next-generation flexible and transparent electronic systems, however, the memory devices still face challenges, such as relatively high operating voltage, a slow operating speed, and insufficient data retention.

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Amorphous silicon (a-Si) is the non-crystalline form of silicon used for solar cells and thin-film transistors in LCDs. Used as semiconductor material for a-Si solar cells, or thin-film silicon solar cells, it is deposited in thin films onto a variety of flexible substrates, such as.

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