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Electron and photon confinement in semiconductor nanostructures =

Confinamento di elettroni e fotoni in nanostrutture a semiconduttori

by International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" (2002 Varenna, Italy)

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Published by IOS Press in Amsterdam, Washington D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nanostructures -- Congresses.,
  • Semiconductors -- Congresses.,
  • Photons -- Congresses.,
  • Electrons -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesConfinamento di elettroni e fotoni in nanostrutture a semiconduttori
    Statementedited by B. Deveaud and A. Quattropani and by P. Schwendimann.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesProceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" -- course 150
    ContributionsDeveaud, B., Quattropani, A., Schwendimann, P., Società italiana di fisica.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 421 p. :
    Number of Pages421
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22573526M
    ISBN 101586033522, 4274905977

      Nanoscale colloidal semiconductor structures with at least one dimension small enough to experience quantum confinement effects have captured the imagination and attention of scientists interested in controlling various chemical and photophysical processes. Aside from having desirable quantum confinement properties, colloidal nanocrystals are attractive because they are often Cited by:   Photon-induced near-field electron microscopy (PINEM) 6,7,8 is one of the most recent techniques using the coupling between the electron and the optical near field around the : Naglaa Etman, Afaf M. A. Said, Khaled S. R. Atia, Reem Sultan, Mohamed Farhat O. Hameed, Muhamed Ami.

    The book will be of great use to graduate students and researchers investigating low-dimensional semiconductor structures, as well as to those developing new devices based on such systems. Reviews ‘Electrons and Phonons in Semiconductor Multilayers achieves its Cited by: 8. 0) Course Information [History of Semiconductors] 1) Classical free-electron models of solids. 2) Quantum mechanics of electrons in atoms to nanostructures to bulk solids. 3) Crystals, bandstructure of metals, semiconductors, insulators [e.g. Si, graphene, 2D atomic materials, nanotubes ] 4) Electron statistics, Doping and dynamics in bands.

      On light absorption, the energy of the photon is transferred to an electron (filled circles) in the semiconductor, elevating it to the conduction band (upper black line) and leaving behind a hole Cited by:   Optical excitation of metal nanostructures creates excited charge carriers that relax via electron–electron and electron–phonon scattering [60, ]. These processes have been extensively studied by ensemble measurements, and the consensus view is that electron–electron scattering occurs on a several hundred fs timescale, and electron Cited by: 6.


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