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Single Crystal Growth of Semiconductors from Metallic Solutions

  • Published: September 2006
  • 504 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Single Crystal Growth of Semiconductors from Metallic Solutions covers the four principal growth techniques currently in use for the growth of semiconductor single crystals from metallic solutions. Providing an in-depth review of the state-of-the-art of each, both experimentally and by numerical simulations. The importance of a close interaction between the numerical and experimental aspects of the processes is also emphasized.
Advances in the fields of electronics and opto-electronics are hampered by the limited number of substrate materials which can be readily produced by melt-growth techniques such as the Czochralski and Bridgman methods. This can be alleviated by the use of alternative growth techniques, and in particular, growth from metallic solutions. The principal techniques currently in use are: Liquid Phase Epitaxy; Liquid Phase Electroepitaxy; the Travelling Heater Method, and; Liquid Phase Diffusion.
Single Crystal Growth of Semiconductors from Metallic Solutions will serve as a valuable reference tool for researchers, and graduate and senior undergraduate students in the field of crystal growth. It covers most of the models developed in recent years. The detailed READ MORE >

Preface
PART I: Fundamentals
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Fundamentals and Phase Changes
Chapter 3: Metallic Solution Growth Techniques
Chapter 4: Crystal Growth Modeling
PART II: Numerical Simulations
Chapter 5: Liquid Phase Epitaxy
Chapter 6: Liquid Phase Electroepitaxy
Chapter 7: Travelling Heater Method
Chapter 8: Liquid Phase Diffusion
Bibliography

Dost, Sadik
Lent, Brian

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