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By Andrew Smith, Thomas H.W. Nevins

ISBN-10: 0852427921

ISBN-13: 9780852427927

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Because of the complex boundary conditions we obtain a slightly different solution, which is qualitatively presented in Fig. 3 [17]. An essential aspect of this structure is the fact that the wave amplitude inside the potential barrier is not vanishing but exponentially decreasing. g. tunnel diodes. 5 Photons interacting with Electrons in Solids The fundamental physical effect of most optoelectronic devices is the inter action between photons and electrons in solid-state elements. 1W o x Fig. 4.

7 is molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). A heated substrate is exposed to molecular beams in a vacuum environment. These beams are emitted from so-called effusor cells. Because multiple cells can be used in parallel it is possible to achieve nearly every mixing ratio of layers and doping profile. The layer thickness is exactly determined by the opening times of the effusor shutters. Another advantage of the MBE is the possibility to produce nearly abrupt GaAs junctions. Such junctions are needed for the production of quantum-well structures.

This result is generally represented by a so-called band diagram, or energy diagram W = f (k). In this special case the energy band mentioned above consists only of discrete values. The number of these energy values can be determined by the length L. The smaller the length of the potential well, the higher the energy W n , whieh can also be written as a function of the factor n and the fundamental oscillation frequency Wl. The discretization of energy values plays an important role in nanoelectronics and should not be confused with the quantization of charge that leads to the Coulomb blockade described above.

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