Advances in Solid State Physics 39

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ISBN: 978-3-540-41573-2 (Print) 978-3-540-44553-1 (Online)

Table of contents (56 chapters)

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    Semiconductor applications in metrology

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    Pages 13-24

    125 years of metal-semiconductor contacts: Where do we stand?

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    Pages 25-36

    Physics of semiconductor sensors

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    Pages 37-45

    Thermal nano-phase change of an antimony thin films and the application for optical near-field data storage

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    Pages 47-59

    AMR–sensors. All the way up from a deposited thin film to a commercial sensor

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    Pages 61-76

    High resolution calorimetric low temperature detectors for applications in atomic and nuclear physics

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    Pages 77-90

    Controlled doping of molecular organic layers: Physics and device prospects

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    Pages 91-100

    Organic electroluminescent devices

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    Pages 101-110

    High-mobility conjugated polymer field-effect transistors

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    Pages 111-120

    Ground state and collective excitations of quantum dots: Correlation effects and Hund’s rule in magnetic field

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    Pages 121-130

    Nanomechanical resonators operating in the radio frequency regime as single charge detectors

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    Pages 131-140

    Ge and Si nanocrystals—New ways to luminescence structures

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    Pages 141-150

    Formation of low-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures on corrugated surfaces

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    Pages 151-160

    Optical absorption of heterogeneous thin solid films

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    Pages 161-170

    Nanolithography on semiconductor heterostructures by local oxidation with an atomic force microscope

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    Pages 171-181

    Ion beam synthesis of semiconductor nanoclusters for opto-and microelectronics applications

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    Pages 183-192

    Single-electron transistor as a local electrometer on top of a two-dimensional electron system in the quantum hall regime

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    Pages 193-202

    Spatially resolved measurements near the breakdown of the quantum hall effect

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    Pages 203-212

    Half-filled Landau level—Composite fermions and dipoles

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    Pages 213-220

    A new resistance maximum from electron-nuclear-spin interaction in the fractional quantum-hall-effect state

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