Magnetic Resonance of Semiconductors and Semiconductor Nanostructures
Baranov, Pavel Baranov
2015, 400 p. 150 illus., 8 illus. in color.
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Explains techniques and combinations of MR and then uses them to analyze defects in semiconductors and nanostructures
Presents novel methods for the first time in book format
Different magnetic resonance (MR) methods and their applications in solids (e.g. semiconductors and nanostructures) are the focus of this work. Techniques and combinations thereof are explained and used to analyze defects in semiconductors and nanostructures. Presented for the first time are novelties such as single defects MR as well as state-of-art high-frequency pulse methods: EPR, ODMR, ENDOR. An overview of MR methods currently used to study defects, such as electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR), electron-nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) etc. is provided. Problems existing in semiconductor and nanotechnology sciences which are resolved by MR are given. The past and current state and perspectives of application of MR are provided with emphasis on advances in MR methods. Intended for researchers in MR studies of semiconductors and nanostructures wanting a comprehensive review of what has been done in their and related fields of studies as well as future perspectives.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »ENDOR - EPR - ESE - ODMR - cyclotron - electron paramagnetic resonance - magnetic resonance applications - nanostructure defects detection - optically detected - semiconductor defects - solid state physics and magnetic resonance - spin echo
1. Introduction.- 2. Fundamentals of electron paramagnetic resonance and related methods.- 2.1. Electron paramagnetic resonance (epr) .- 2.2. Electron spin echo (ese).- 2.3. Electron-nuclear double resonance (endor).- 2.4. Optically detected magnetic resonance (odmr).- 2.5. Optically detected cyclotron resonance (odcr).- 3. Retrospectives: milestones of magnetic resonance in semiconductors.- 3.1. Donors, acceptors, transition metals in si.- 3.2. Defects in diamond.- 3.3. Ii-vi, iii-v.- 3.4 silver halides.- 3.5. Wide-band-gap semiconductors.- 3.6. Beginning of nanostructure era.- 4. State-of-art: magnetic resonance in semiconductors and semiconductor nanostructures.- 4.1. Wide-band-gap semiconductors (zno, sic, aln, gan, diamond, etc.; carriers, transition and rare-earth elements).- 4.2. Organic semiconductors. Magnetic properties of conjugated polymers.- 4.3. Semiconductor nanostructures (zno qds, alas/gaas, inas/gaas qws and sls, self-organized nanostructures: agcl/agbr in alkali halide matrix etc.) Localization and confinement of electrons in semiconductor nanostructures.- 4.4. Magnetic resonance on single quantum objects (single defects, single molecules, single quantum dots).
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