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Theory of Carrier and Heat Transport in Homogeneously Doped Silicon

  • Janusz Bogdanowicz
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Abstract

In this chapter, we assume that a supra-bandgap modulated pump laser and a supra-bandgap constant probe laser shine on a homogeneously doped silicon sample with respective irradiances \(\Pi _\text{ pump}(x,y,t)\) and \(\Pi _\text{ probe}(x,y)\). We look at the free electron, free hole and temperature distributions generated in the sample.

Keywords

Fundamental Mode Thermal Wave Decay Length Auger Recombination Ambipolar Diffusivity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.IMECLeuvenBelgium

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