II-VI Semiconductor Materials and Their Applications deals with II-VI compound semiconductors and the status of the two areas of current optoelectronics applications: blue-green emitters and IR detectors. Specifically, the growth, charactrtization, materials and device issues for these two applications are described. Emphasis is placed on the wide bandgap emitters where much progress has occurred recently.
The book also presents new directions that have potential, future applications in optoelectronics for II-VI materials. In particular, it discusses the status of dilute magnetic semiconductors for mango-optical and electromagnetic devices, nonlinear optical properties, photorefractive effects and new materials and physics phenomena, such as self-organized, low-dimensional structures.
II_VI Semiconductor Materials and Their Applications is a valuable reference book for researchers in the field as well as a textbook for materials science and applied physics courses.
HgCdTe Growth and Detector Technology
Blue-Green Semiconductor Lasers
Molecular Beam Epitaxy of Widegap II-VI Compounds
Optical Properties and Electronic Structure of Wide-Gap II-VI Semiconductors
Nonlinear Optics and Propagation of Excitons
Beryllium Containing II-VI Compounds
II-VI Materials for Visible Light Emitters
Spin Engineering in II-Vi Magnetic Semiconductor Heterostructures
Self-Organized, Low-Dimensional II-VI Nanostructures