Advertisement

III–V Semiconducting Compounds

  • M. Neuberger

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. M. Neuberger
    Pages 1-3
  3. M. Neuberger
    Pages 7-14
  4. M. Neuberger
    Pages 15-17
  5. M. Neuberger
    Pages 18-21
  6. M. Neuberger
    Pages 22-23
  7. M. Neuberger
    Pages 24-25
  8. M. Neuberger
    Pages 26-31
  9. M. Neuberger
    Pages 32-34
  10. M. Neuberger
    Pages 35-44
  11. M. Neuberger
    Pages 45-63
  12. M. Neuberger
    Pages 64-65
  13. M. Neuberger
    Pages 66-76
  14. M. Neuberger
    Pages 77-92
  15. M. Neuberger
    Pages 93-103
  16. M. Neuberger
    Pages 104-105
  17. M. Neuberger
    Pages 106-107
  18. M. Neuberger
    Pages 108-115

About this book

Introduction

The Electronic Properties Information Center has developed the Data Table as a precis of the most reliable information available for the physical, crystallographic, mechanical, thermal, electronic, magnetic and optical properties of a given material. Data Tables serve as an introduction to the graphic data compilations on the material published by the Electronic Properties Information Center, EPIC, as Data Sheets. Although the Data Sheets are principally concerned, according to the scope of the Center, with electronic and optical data, it is believed that data covering the complete property spectrum is of the first importance to every scientist and engineer, whatever his information requirements. The enthusiastic reception of these Data Tables has confirmed this opinion and increasing requests for this highly selective type of information has resulted in these III·-V Semiconductor Compounds Data Tables. The major problem in this type of selective data compilation on a semiconducting material, lies in the material purity. Properties may vary so widely with doping, crystallinity, defects, geometric forms and the other parameters of preparation, that any attempts at comparison normally fail. On this basis, we have consis­ tently attempted to give values derived from experiments on the highest purity single crystals or epitaxial films. At the very least, these data should be reproducible and this gives the data their principal validity. If such values however, are not available, then the next best data are reported, together with material speci­ fications. These latter include the carrier concentration and the dopant.

Keywords

crystal crystallography defects electronic properties engine information material optical properties preparation semiconductor tables

Authors and affiliations

  • M. Neuberger
    • 1
  1. 1.Electronic Properties Information CenterHughes Aircraft CompanyCulver CityUSA

Bibliographic information