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Photoconductivity and related phenomena

Photoconductivity and related phenomena

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Published by Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co., distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier/North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photoconductivity.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by J. Mort and D. M. Pai.
    ContributionsMort, J., Pai, Damodar Mangalore, 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC612.P5 P48
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 502 p. :
    Number of Pages502
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4885934M
    ISBN 100444414630
    LC Control Number76016160

    1. Introduction to Terahertz Photoconductive Antennas. Terahertz (THz) is the name given to the region of the electromagnetic spectrum lying between the microwave band (10 THz). 1 This region is often referred to as “the last frontier” for electromagnetic waves, since historically there has been comparatively little work observing Cited by: Chapter 1 Review of Fundamental Relations for Optical Phenomena References: †G. Bekefl and A.H. Barrett, ElectromagneticVibrationsWavesandRadiation, MITFile Size: 1MB. Biography. A native of New York, Albert Rose was born on 30 March He joined RCA after receiving an A.B. degree and a Ph.D. degree in Physics from Cornell University in and , respectively.. Rose's initial research efforts produced the Orthicon in , the camera tube used in RCA's introduction of television at the New York World's Fair in


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Research in photoconductivity in CdTe-related materials dealt with some of these same topics, and was also concerned with photoconductivity involving HgCdTe, a material with a much smaller bandgap than CdTe, and therefore of interest as an infrared photodetector.

Photoconductivity oj Solids is the first and only book to offer a comprehensive analysis of the photoconductivity of solids. It represents an important addition to the literature since photoconductivity is only a phenomenon of great interest in its own right, but also a basic tool in a 11 solid-state research.

Photoconductivity is an optical and electrical phenomenon in which a material becomes more electrically conductive due to the absorption of electromagnetic radiation such as visible light, ultraviolet light, infrared light, or gamma radiation.

When light is absorbed by a material such as a semiconductor, the number of free electrons and electron holes increases and raises its. Photoconductivity and related phenomena / edited by J. Mort and D.

Pai Elsevier Scientific Pub. ; distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier/North-Holland Amsterdam. Photoconductivity, the increase in the electrical conductivity of certain materials when they are exposed to light of sufficient energy.

Photoconductivity serves as a tool to understand the internal processes in these materials, and it is also widely used.

Returning to photoconductivity of bulk materials (so symmetrical devices consisting of a film with 2 identical electrodes), I don't think photoconductivity should be. Photoconductive polymer is a smart material based on conductive polymer, and the electrical conductivity can be controlled by the amount of radiation.

The basic parameters of photoconductivity are the quantum efficiency of carrier generation(Υ {\displaystyle \Upsilon }), the carrier mobility (μ {\displaystyle \mu }), electric field (E. Abstract. Photoconductivity and photoluminescence as well as photocatalysis, photosyntesis and other phenomena driven by light present a great interest for science in order to elucidate the details governing the interaction of matter with : M.

Kryszewski. of these being the lead sulphide and indium antimonide cells. The first book dealing exclusively with photoconductivity was published (by the author) in In an international conference devoted to the subject was held in Atlantic City, U.S.A., and reported by Breckenridge et al.

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The photoconductive effect is the result of several processes whereby photons cause electrons to be ejected from the valence band and injected into the conduction band (Figure 1). Organic compounds and materials with photoconductive properties have been studied for many years because of their importance in many technological applications such as dye-sensitized solar cells, photodiodes, photoresistors, electronics, biomolecular sensing, etc.

For multiple purposes, such molecules require intense protection from various factors which can decrease their Cited by: 2. The results are related to previous measurements of luminescence, absorption, photoconductivity, and photo‐Hall effect.

A model for the electronic structure of the dominant copper related center. The temperature dependence of the photoconductivity of the twomore» Photoluminescence experiments suggest 31 meV for its energy. The photoconductivity is affected more by electron irradiation (a factor of 10 in dose) than by neutron irradiation and the authors attribute this to the relative depth of the donor levels induced.

Abstract. The data are reported on the experiments in which the magnetic resonance spectrum of the triplet charge transfer states in organic solids is obtained by detection of the photoconductivity variations caused by transitions between Zeeman levels of those : M.

Tribel, I. Sokolik, A. Pristupa, E. Frankevich. Photoconductivity and related phenomena / edited by J. Mort and D. Pai Long wavelength photoconductive detectors for airborne and orbital infrared astronomy: final technical Collection of photocarriers in GaxIn₁-xNyAs₁-y solar cells [electronic resource] / S.

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In addition to the pronounced resonance that correlates with the second van Hove transition (E22) in semiconducting carbon nanotubes, a weaker sideband at about meV higher energy is by: The book also deals with the physics and applications of low-energy phenomena at the infrared and terahertz ranges.

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When two metals are placed in electric contact, electrons flow out of the one in which. A separate chapter is devoted to the hopping photoconductivity and inter-impurity radiative recombination of non-equilibrium carriers.

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In amorphous and hexagonal selenium optical absorption and photoconductivity were studied in their dependence on temperature. The absorption edge shifts for amorphous selenium toward shorter wavelengths with decreasing temperature.

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This note covers the following topics: Elasticity, fluctuations and thermodynamics of crystals, thermodynamics of phonons, Hohenberg-Mermin-Wagner theorem, Ginzburg-Landau theory and Landau's quantum hydrodynamics, Bosonic matter, Magnetism in charge insulators, Jordan-Wigner transformation and XXZ .The term may also, but incorrectly, refer to related phenomena such as the photoconductive effect (also known as photoconductivity or photoresistivity), the photovoltaic effect, or the photoelectrochemical effect which are, in fact, distinctly different.