Transport properties of widegap II–VI compounds

  • H. E. Ruda
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Part of the Electronic Materials Series book series (EMAT, volume 1)

Abstract

Widegap II–VI materials have now become a focus of attention for researchers around the globe. This may be attributed to two facts: firstly, the inherent properties of these materials for advanced opto-electronic device applications and, secondly, the rapid advances that have been made in materials preparation.

Keywords

Zinc Phosphorus Recombination Iodine Hexagonal 

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