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Semiconductors

, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp 98–105 | Cite as

Paradoxes of photoconductive target and optical control of secondary ion yield

  • A. G. Rokakh
  • M. D. Matasov
Physics of Semiconductor Devices

Abstract

This study of the photoconductivity of semiconductors, in particular, cadmium chalcogenides as materials for targets of vacuum image converters followed the path of overcoming paradoxes. The concepts developed by the classics of photoelectricity also help to understand the paradoxes of the new secondary-ion photoelectric effect, especially, its spectral characteristic. The optical channel of secondary ion yield control via a photoconductive target opens the way to a new branch of nanotechnology, i.e., optoionics.

Keywords

Cadmium Sulfide Lead Sulfide Photoelectric Effect Electron Work Function Wavelength Sensitivity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chernyshevsky State UniversitySaratovRussia

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