Ternary and Multinary Compounds
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference, University of Salford, 8-12 September, 1997
Multinary compounds are now used in a wide range of devices, including photovoltaic solar cells, light emitters and detectors, and piezoelectric actuators. Ternary and Multinary Compounds provides an interdisciplinary forum for scientists and engineers working on fundamental and applied aspects of these materials. The volume focuses on optoelectronic properties, electronic band structure, charge carrier transport, optical and magnetic properties, and superconductivity. It includes chapters on the research and development of new techniques and novel materials, such as laser ablation deposition and ferroelectrics.
Table of Contents
Crystal growth and characterization (47 papers). Thin film growth and characterization (44 papers). Photoluminescence (21 papers). Optical and electrical properties (51 papers). Surfaces and interfaces (6 papers). Defect studies (17 papers). Magnetic materials (22 papers). Single crystal and thin film devices (21 papers). Novel materials and processes (7 papers). Author index.