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Quantum Dot A Journey Into the Future of Microelectronics by Richard Turton

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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English


  • Computer Industry,
  • Computers,
  • Electricity,
  • Quantum Theory,
  • Science

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Open LibraryOL10978815M
ISBN 100613916182
ISBN 109780613916189

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  This book surveys this progress in the physics, optical spectroscopy and application-oriented research of semiconductor quantum dots. It focuses especially on excitons, multi-excitons, their dynamical relaxation behaviour and their interactions with the surroundings of a Format: Hardcover.   This book deals with the electronic and optical properties of two low-dimensional systems: quantum dots and quantum antidots and is divided into two parts. Part one is a self-contained monograph which describes in detail the theoretical and experimental background for exploration of electronic states of the quantum-confined Edition: 1. The book Quantum Dots - Theory and Applications collects some new research results in the area of fundamental excitations, decoherence, charge states, epitaxial techniques and photoluminescence experiments related to devices made with quantum dots. This book is divided in two sections. First section includes the fundamental theories on excitons, trions, phase decoherence, and charge states Cited by: 3. Publisher Summary. Quantum dots, popularly known as “artificial atoms” where the confinement potential replaces the potential of the nucleus, are fascinating Artificial atoms have vast potential for future technological applications, such as possible applications in memory chips, quantum computation, quantum cryptography, and in room-temperature quantum-dot lasers.

Any material at the nanoscale is a nanoparticle, the material used by nanotechnology researchers to explore new uses for elements in this tiny form. A quantum dot is a nanoparticle made of any semiconductor material such as silicon, cadmium selenide, cadmium sulfide, or indium arsenide. Quantum dots may be able to increase the efficiency of [ ]. Quantum dots (QDs) are tiny semiconductor particles a few nanometres in size, having optical and electronic properties that differ from larger particles due to quantum are a central topic in the quantum dots are illuminated by UV light, an electron in the quantum dot can be excited to a state of higher energy. Quantum Dots: Theory, Application, Synthesis 2 therefore investigate the behavior of semiconductor crys-tals below this size. In general, the Hamiltonian of an electron-hole pair in a large semiconductor is given as H= h 2 2m h r2 h h2 2m e r2 e e jr e r hj (3) where is the dielectric constant. The rst two termsFile Size: KB.   The colour light that a quantum dot emits is directly related to its size; smaller dots appear blue, larger ones more red. In LCD screens they’re applied as a way of eliminating the need for Author: Andy Vandervell.

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