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Thomas, Peter

Works: 2 works in 19 publications in 1 language and 122 library holdings
Classifications: QC1, 537.6226
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Electronic transport in hydrogenated amorphous semiconductors by H Overhof( Book )
10 editions published between 1989 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 61 libraries worldwide
Currently this is the book providing a thorough introduction and a unified theoretical basis for the interpretation of equilibrium transport processes in amorphous hydrogenated tetrahydrally coordinated semiconductors - a topic of great interest to physicists and material scientists (first devices for practical applications are already being manufactured). Most of the relevant literature is reviewed with particular emphasis on the approach developed by the authors. It explains most of the experimental data and allows the extraction of information about microscopic transport processes and parameters from equilibrium transport data. This work treats electronic transport in the mentioned type of semiconductors and in particular in a-Si:H and a-Ge:H. From elementary concepts the theory is developed towards higher degrees of completeness and sophistication. Further refinements for coping with the complexity of real systems are given. The comparison of theory with experiment is an important part of the book
Coherent semiconductor optics : from basic concepts to nanostructure applications by Torsten Meier( Book )
9 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and held by 19 libraries worldwide
This book introduces the basic theoretical concepts required for the analysis of the optical response of semiconductor systems in the coherent regime. The entire presentation is based on a one-dimensional tight-binding model. Starting with discrete-level systems, increasing complexity is added gradually to the model by including band-structure and many-particle interaction. Various linear and nonlinear optical spectra and temporal phenomena are studied. The analysis of many-body effects in nonlinear optical phenomena covers a major part of the book. Only basic knowledge of quantum mechanics is required to benefit from the results presented in this book. Therefore, it is well suited as a textbook for advanced classes, for self-study, and for researchers interested in the field of semiconductor optics
Alternative Names
Thomas, P.
Thomas, Peter 1942-
English (18)
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