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Materials Science and Technology: Strained-Layer Superlattices

Strained-Layer Superlattices: Materials Science and Technology

1st Edition, Volume 33 - December 28, 1990

Editors: Albert C. Beer, Thomas P. Pearsall, R. K. Willardson

Language: English
eBook ISBN:
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The following blurb to be used for the AP Report and ATI only as both volumes will not appear together there.****Strained-layer superlattices have been developed as an important new form of semiconducting material with applications in integrated electro-optics and electronics. Edited by a pioneer in the field, Thomas Pearsall, this volume offers a comprehensive discussion of strained-layer superlattices and focuses on fabrication technology and applications of the material. This volume combines with Volume 32, Strained-Layer Superlattices: Physics, in this series to cover a broad spectrum of topics, including molecular beam epitaxy, quantum wells and superlattices, strain-effects in semiconductors, optical and electrical properties of semiconductors, and semiconductor devices.****The following previously approved blurb is to be used in all other direct mail and advertising as both volumes will be promoted together.****Strained-layer superlattices have been developed as an important new form of semiconducting material with applications in integrated electro-optics and electronics. Edited by a pioneer in the field, Thomas Pearsall, this two-volume survey offers a comprehensive discussion of the physics of strained-layer superlattices (Volume 32), as well as detailing fabrication technology and applications of the material (Volume 33). Although each volume is edited to stand alone, the two books combine to cover a broad spectrum of topics, including molecular beam epitaxy, quantum wells and superlattices, strain-effects in semiconductors, optical and electrical properties of semiconductors, and semiconductor devices.