645 Pages 361 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    645 Pages 361 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

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    Written by recognized leaders in this dynamic and rapidly expanding field, Indium Nitride and Related Alloys provides a clear and comprehensive summary of the present state of knowledge in indium nitride (InN) research. It elucidates and clarifies the often confusing and contradictory scientific literature to provide valuable and rigorous insight into the structural, optical, and electronic properties of this quickly emerging semiconductor material and its related alloys. Drawing from both theoretical and experimental perspectives, it provides a thorough review of all data since 2001 when the band gap of InN was identified as 0.7 eV.

    The superior transport and optical properties of InN and its alloys offer tremendous potential for a wide range of device applications, including high-efficiency solar cells and chemical sensors. Indeed, the now established narrow band gap nature of InN means that the InGaN alloys cover the entire solar spectrum and InAlN alloys span from the infrared to the ultraviolet. However, with unsolved problems including high free electron density, difficulty in characterizing p-type doping, and the lack of a lattice-matched substrate, indium nitride remains perhaps the least understood III-V semiconductor.

    Covering the epitaxial growth, experimental characterization, theoretical understanding, and device potential of this semiconductor and its alloys, this book is essential reading for both established researchers and those new to the field. 

    Molecular-beam epitaxy of InN 1; Y. Nanishi, T. Araki, and T. Yamaguchi
    Thermal stability, surface kinetics, and MBE growth diagrams for N- and In-face InN; C. S. Gallinat, G. Koblmüller, and J. S. Speck
    Polarity-dependent epitaxy control of InN, InGaN and InAlN; X. Q. Wang and A. Yoshikawa
    InN in brief: Conductivity and chemical trends; P. D. C. King, T. D. Veal, and C. F. McConville
    Transport properties of InN; V. Cimalla, V. Lebedev, O. Ambacher, V. M. Polyakov, F. Schwierz, M. Niebelschütz, G. Ecke, T. H. Myers, and W. J. Schaff
    Electronic states in InN and lattice dynamics of InN and InGaN; V. Yu. Davydov and A. A. Klochikhin
    Optical properties of InN and related alloys; J. W. L. Yim and J. Wu
    Theory of InN bulk band structure; J. Furthmüller, F. Fuchs, and F. Bechstedt
    Ellipsometry of InN and related alloys; R. Goldhahn, P. Schley, and M. Röppischer
    Electronic properties of InN and InGaN: Defects and doping; W. Walukiewicz, K. M. Yu, J. W. Ager III, R. E. Jones, and N. Miller
    Theory of native point defects and impurities in InN; A. Janotti and C. G. Van deWalle
    Surface electronic properties of InN and related alloys; T. D. Veal, P. D. C. King, and C. F. McConville
    Theory of InN surfaces; C. G. Van deWalle
    Structure of InN and InGaN: Transmission electron microscopy studies; Z. Liliental-Weber
    InN-based dilute magnetic semiconductors; S. M. Durbin
    InN-based low dimensional structures; S. B. Che and A. Yoshikawa
    InN nanocolumns; J. Grandal, M. A. Sánchez-García, E. Calleja, S. Lazić, E. Gallardo, J. M. Calleja,E. Luna, A. Trampert, M. Niebelschütz, V. Cimalla, and O. Ambacher