4 edition of Electron and photon confinement in semiconductor nanostructures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Confinamento di elettroni e fotoni in nanostrutture a semiconduttori|
|Statement||edited by B. Deveaud and A. Quattropani, and by P. Schwendimann.|
|Series||Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" -- course 150|
|Contributions||Deveaud, B., Quattropani, A., Schwendimann, P., Societa italiana di fisica.|
|LC Classifications||QC611.8.S86 I575 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 421 p. :|
|Number of Pages||421|
|ISBN 10||1586033522, 4274905977|
|LC Control Number||2003105554|
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An electron in the valence band is excited to the conduction band if a photon of energy equal to or greater than the bandgap energy strikes the material. In this process, a hole is left behind in the valence band (Fig.
The excited electron recombines and resumes the ground state by losing energy in the form of the emission of light.
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Topics covered include parametric amplification and polariton. Published in Electron and Photon Confinement in Semiconductor Nanostructures Series Proceedings of the international school of physics “Enrico Fermi”, Issue Nanoscale colloidal semiconductor structures with at least one dimension small enough to experience quantum confinement effects have captured the imagination and attention of scientists interested in controlling various chemical and photophysical processes.
Aside from having desirable quantum confinement properties, colloidal nanocrystals are attractive because they are often synthesized in. The next two parts focus on light-matter interaction in semiconductor nanostructures and explore all-solid-state quantum optics, crystal nanobeam cavities and quantum-dot microcavity systems.
Finally, the concluding group of chapters investigates ultrafast phenomena, including femtosecond quantum optics and coherent optoelectronics with quantum. When the length of a semiconductor is reduced to the same order as the exciton radius, i.e., to a few nanometers, quantum confinement effect occurs and the exciton properties are modified.
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Figure 1. Transition of an electron from excited (E2) to ground (E1) state in a double-state system that results in the release of a photon. In semiconductors, the ground state is usually referred to as electrons in the valance band while excited state electrons are known as the conduction band.
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We study electron transport in arrays of PbSe nanocrystals (NC) in collaboration with the Bawendi Group in the Department of Chemistry. When the radius of a semiconductor nanocrystallite is smaller than the bulk exciton Bohr radius, the electron and hole experience quantum confinement in three dimensions.
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