Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Electronic, Optical and Optoelectronic Materials

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This book series is devoted to the rapidly developing class of materials used for electronic and optoelectronic applications. It is designed to provide much-needed information on the fundamental scientific principles of these materials, together with how these are employed in technological applications. The books are aimed at postgraduate students, researchers and technologists, engaged in research, development and the study of materials in electronics and photonics, and industrial scientists developing new materials, devices and circuits for the electronic, optoelectronic and communications industries.

The development of new electronic and optoelectronic materials depends not only on materials engineering at a practical level, but also on a clear understanding of the properties of materials, and the fundamental science behind these properties. It is the properties of a material that eventually determine its usefulness in an application. The series therefore also includes such titles as electrical conduction in solids, optical properties, thermal properties, and so on, all with applications and examples of materials in electronics and optoelectronics. The characterization of materials is also covered within the series in as much as it is impossible to develop new materials without the proper characterization of their structure and properties. Structure–property relationships have always been fundamentally and intrinsically important to materials science and engineering.

Series Preface
List of Contributors
1. Introduction to Liquid Phase Epitaxy
2. Liquid Phase Epitaxy in Russia Prior to 1990
3. Phase Diagrams and Modeling in Liquid Phase Epitaxy
4. Equipment and Instrumentation for Liquid Phase Epitaxy
5. Silicon, Germanium and Silicon-Germanium Liquid Phase Epitaxy
6. Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Silicon Carbide
7. Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Gallium Nitride
8. Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Quantum Wells and Quantum Dots
9. Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Hg1–xCdxTe (MCT)
10. Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Widegap II-VIs
11. Liquid Phase Epitaxy of Garnets
12. Liquid Phase Epitaxy: A Survey of Capabilities, Recent Developments and Specialized Applications
13. Liquid Phase Epitaxy for Light Emitting Diodes

Author Details
"Peter Capper" SELEX Sensors and Airborne Systems Infrared Ltd, Southampton, UK

"Michael Mauk" School of Engineering & Applied Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

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