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Titel: Semiconductors
Autor/en: Otfried Madelung

ISBN: 3540404880
EAN: 9783540404880
Data Handbook.
3rd ed. 2004.
Book w. online files/update.
Sprache: Englisch.
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

20. November 2003 - gebunden - 708 Seiten

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This Data Handbook is a updated and largely extended new edition of the book "Semiconductors: Basic Data". The data of the former edition have been updated and a complete representation of all relevant basic data is now given for all known groups of semiconducting materials.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Detailed table of contents.- Tetrahedrally bonded elements and compounds.- 1 Elements of the IVth group and compounds.
- 1.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 1.1 Diamond (C).
- 1.2 Silicon (Si).
- 1.3 Germanium (Ge).
- 1.4 Grey tin (?-Sn).
- 1.5 Silicon carbide (SiC).
- 1.6 Silicon germanium mixed crystals (SixGe1-x.- 2 III-V compound.
- 2.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 2.1 Boron nitride (BN).
- 2.2 Boron phosphide (BP).
- 2.3 Boron arsenide (BAs).
- 2.4 Boron antimonide (BSb).
- 2.5 Aluminum nitride (AlN).
- 2.6 Aluminum phosphide (AlP).
- 2.7 Aluminum arsenide (AlAs).
- 2.8 Aluminum antimonide (AlSb).
- 2.9 Gallium nitride (GaN).
- 2.10 Gallium phosphide (GaP).
- 2.11 Gallium arsenide (GaAs).
- 2.12 Gallium antimonide (GaSb).
- 2.13 Indium nitride (InN).
- 2.14 Indium phosphide (InP).
- 2.15 Indium arsenide (InAs).
- 2.16 Indium antimonide (InSb).
- 2.17 Ternary alloys lattice matched to binary III-V compounds.
- 2.18 Quaternary alloys lattice matched to binary III-V compounds.- 3 II-VI compound.
- 3.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 3.1 Beryllium oxide (BeO.
- 3.2 Beryllium sulfide (BeS.
- 3.3 Beryllium selenide (BeSe.
- 3.4 Beryllium telluride (BeTe).
- 3.5 Magnesium oxide (MgO).
- 3.6 Magnesium sulfide (MgS).
- 3.7 Magnesium selenide (MgSe).
- 3.8 Magnesium telluride (MgTe).
- 3.9 Calcium oxide (CaO).
- 3.10 Strontium oxide (SrO).
- 3.11 Barium oxide (BaO).
- 3.12 Zinc oxide (ZnO).
- 3.13 Zinc sulfide (ZnS).
- 3.14 Zinc selenide (ZnSe).
- 3.15 Zinc telluride (ZnTe).
- 3.16 Cadmium oxide (CdO).
- 3.17 Cadmium sulfide (CdS).
- 3.18 Cadmium selenide (CdSe).
- 3.19 Cadmium telluride (CdTe).
- 3.20 Mercury oxide (HgO).
- 3.21 Mercury sulfide (HgS).
- 3.22 Mercury selenide (HgSe).
- 3.23 Mercury telluride (HgTe).- 4 I-VII compound.
- 4.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 4.1 Cuprous fluoride (CuF).
- 4.2 Cuprous chloride (?-CuCl).
- 4.3 Cuprous bromide (?-CuBr).
- 4.4 Cuprous iodide (?-CuI).
- 4.5 Silver fluoride (AgF).
- 4.6 Silver chloride (AgCl).
- 4.7 Silver bromide (AgBr).
- 4.8 Silver iodide (AgI).- 5 III2-VI3 compound.
- 5.0 Crystal structure of quasi-binary II2-VI3 compounds.
- 5.1 Gallium sulfide (Ga2S3).
- 5.2 Gallium selenide (Ga2Se3).
- 5.3 Gallium telluride (Ga2Te3).
- 5.4 Indium sulfide (In2S3).
- 5.5 Indium selenide (In2Se3).
- 5.6 Indium telluride (In2Te3).- 6 I-III-VI2 compound (included are I-Fe-VI2 compounds).
- 6.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 6.1 Copper aluminum sulfide (CuAlS2).
- 6.2 Copper aluminum selenide (CuAlSe2).
- 6.3 Copper aluminum telluride (CuAlTe2).
- 6.4 Copper gallium sulfide (CuGaS2).
- 6.5 Copper gallium selenide (CuGaSe2).
- 6.6 Copper gallium telluride (CuGaTe2).
- 6.7 Copper indium sulfide (CuInS2).
- 6.8 Copper indium selenide (CuInSe2).
- 6.9 Copper indium telluride (CuInTe2).
- 6.10 Silver gallium sulfide (AgGaS2).
- 6.11 Silver gallium selenide (AgGaSe2).
- 6.12 Silver gallium telluride (AgGaTe2).
- 6.13 Silver indium sulfide (AgInS2).
- 6.14 Silver indium selenide (AgInSe2).
- 6.15 Silver indium telluride (AgInTe2).
- 6.16 Copper thallium sulfide (CuTlS2).
- 6.17 Copper thallium selenide (CuTlSe2).
- 6.18 Copper thallium telluride (CuTlT2).
- 6.19 Silver thallium selenide (AgTlSe2).
- 6.20 Silver thallium telluride (AgTlTe2).
- 6.21 Copper iron sulfide (CuFeS2).
- 6.22 Copper iron selenide (CuFeSe2).
- 6.23 Copper iron telluride (CuFeTe2).
- 6.24 Silver iron selenide (AgFeSe2).
- 6.25 Silver iron telluride (AgFeTe2).- 7 II-IV-V2 compound.
- 7.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 7.1 Magnesium silicon phosphide (MgSiP2).
- 7.2 Zinc silicon phosphide (ZnSiP2).
- 7.3 Zinc silicon arsenide(ZnSiAs2).
- 7.4 Zinc germanium nitride (ZnGeN2).
- 7.5 Zinc germanium phosphide (ZnGeP2).
- 7.6 Zinc germanium arsenide (ZnGeAs2).
- 7.7 Zinc tin phosphide (ZnSnP2).
- 7.8 Zinc tin arsenide (ZnSnAs2).
- 7.9 Zinc tin antimonide (ZnSnSb2).
- 7.10 Cadmium silicon phosphide (CdSiP2).
- 7.11 Cadmium silicon arsenide (CdSiAs2).
- 7.12 Cadmium germanium phosphide (CdGeP2).
- 7.13 Cadmium germanium arsenide (CdGeAs2).
- 7.14 Cadmium tin phosphide (CdSnP2).
- 7.15 Cadmium tin arsenide (CdSnAs2).- 8 I2-IV-VI3 compound.
- 8.1 Copper germanium sulfide (Cu2GeS3).
- 8.2 Copper germanium selenide (Cu2GeSe3).
- 8.3 Copper germanium tellurid (Cu2GeSe3).
- 8.4 Copper tin sulfide (Cu2SnS3).
- 8.5 Copper tin selenide (Cu2SnSe3).
- 8.6 Copper tin telluride (Cu2SnTe3).
- 8.7 Silver germanium selenide (Ag2GeSe3).
- 8.8 Silver germanium telluride (Ag2GeTe3).
- 8.9 Silver tin sulfide (Ag2SnS3).
- 8.10 Silver tin selenide (Ag2SnSe3).
- 8.11 Silver tin telluride (Ag2SnTe3).- 9 I3-V-VI4 compound.
- 9.0 Crystal structure.
- 9.1 Copper thiophosphate (Cu3PS4).
- 9.2 Copper thioarsenide, enargite, luzonite (Cu3AsS4).
- 9.3 Copper arsenic selenide (Cu3AsSe4).
- 9.4 Copper antimony sulfide, famatinite (Cu3SbS4).
- 9.5 Copper antimony selenide (Cu3SbSe4).
- 9.6 Copper arsenic telluride (Cu3AsTe.
- 9.7 Copper antimony telluride (Cu3SbTe.- 10 II-III2-VI4 compound.
- 10.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 10.1 Zinc aluminum sulfide (ZnAl2S4).
- 10.2 Zinc gallium sulfide (ZnGa2S4).
- 10.3 Zinc gallium selenide (ZnGa2Se4).
- 10.4 Zinc thioindate (ZnIn2S4).
- 10.5 Zinc indium selenide (ZnIn2Se4).
- 10.6 Zinc indium telluride (?n?n2?e4).
- 10.7 Cadmium thioaluminate (CdAl2S4).
- 10.8 Cadmium thiogallate (CdGa2S4).
- 10.9 Cadmium gallium selenide (CdGa2Se4).
- 10.10 Cadmium gallium telluride (CdGa2Te4).
- 10.11 Cadmium thioindate (CdIn2S4).
- 10.12 Cadmium indium selenide (CdIn2Se4).
- 10.13 Cadmium indium telluride (CdIn2Te4).
- 10.14 Cadmium thallium selenide (CdTl2Se4).
- 10.15 Mercury thiogallate (HgGa2S4).
- 10.16 Mercury gallium selenide (HgGa2Se4).
- 10.17 Mercury indium telluride (HgIn2Te4).
- 10.18 HgIn2Se4,Hg3In2Te6,Hg5In2Te.
- 10.19 Further II-III2-VI4 compounds with II = Mg, Ca.- Further elements.- 11 Group III element.
- 11.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure of boron.
- 11.1 Physical properties of boron.- 12 Group V element.
- 12.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 12.1 Phosphorus (P).
- 12.2 Arsenic (As).
- 12.3 Antimony (Sb).
- 12.4 Bismuth (Bi).- 13 Group VI element.
- 13.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 13.1 Sulfur (S).
- 13.2 Selenium (Se).
- 13.3 Tellurium (Te).- Further binary compounds.- 14 IAx-IBy compound.
- 14.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 14.1 CsAu.
- 14.2 RbAu.- 15 Ix-Vy compound.
- 15.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 15.1 I-V compounds (NaSb, KSb, RbSb, CsSb).
- 15.2 I3-V compounds.
- 15.2.1 Lattice parameters and meltin temperatures.
- 15.2.2 Li3Sb, Li3Bi.
- 15.2.3 Na3Sb.
- 15.2.4 K3Sb.
- 15.2.5 Rb3Sb.
- 15.2.6 Cs3Sb.
- 15.2.7 Rb3Bi, Cs3Bi.
- 15.3.
- 15.3.1 Na2KSb.
- 15.3.2 K2CsSb.
- 15.3.3 Na2RbSb, Na2CsSb, K2RbSb, Rb2CsSb.- 16 Ix-VIy compound.
- 16.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 16.1 Cupric oxide (CuO).
- 16.2 Cuprous oxide (Cu20).
- 16.3 Copper sulfides (Cu2S, Cu2-xS).
- 16.4 Copper selenides (Cu2Se, Cu2-xSe).
- 16.5 Copper tellurides (Cu2Te, Cu2-xTe).
- 16.6 Silver oxides (AgxOy).
- 16.7 Silver sulfide (Ag2S).
- 16.8 Silver selenide (Ag2Se).
- 16.9 Silver telluride (Ag2Te).- 17 IIx-IVy compound.
- 17.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 17.1 Magnesium suicide (Mg2Si).
- 17.2 Magnesium germanide (Mg2Ge).
- 17.3 Magnesium stannide (Mg2Sn).
- 17.4 Magnesium plumbide (Mg2Pb).
- 17.5 Ca2Si, Ca2Sn, Ca2Pb.
- 17.6 BaSi2, BaGe2, SrGe.- 18 Hx-Vy compound.
- 18.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 18.1 Magnesium arsenide (Mg3As2).
- 18.2 Zinc phosphide (Zn3P2).
- 18.3 Zinc arsenide (Zn3As2).
- 18.4 Cadmium phosphide (Cd3P2).
- 18.5 Cadmium arsenide (Cd3As2).
- 18.6 Zinc phosphide (ZnP2).
- 18.7 Zinc arsenide (ZnAs2).
- 18.8 Cadmium phosphide (CdP2).
- 18.9 Cadmium arsenide (CdAs2).
- 18.10 Cadmium tetraphosphide (CdP4).
- 18.11 Zinc antimonide (ZnSb).
- 18.12 Cadmium antimonide (CdSb).
- 18.13 Zinc antimonide (Zn4Sb3).
- 18.14 Cadmium antimonide (Cd4Sb3).
- 18.15 Cd.
- 18.16 Cd.- 19 II-VII2 compound.
- 19.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 19.1 Cadmium dichloride (CdCl2).
- 19.2 Cadmium dibromide (CdBr2).
- 19.3 Cadmium diiodide (CdI2).
- 19.4 Mercury diiodide (HgI2).- 20 IIIx-VIy compound.
- 20.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 20.1 Gallium sulfide (GaS).
- 20.2 Gallium selenide (GaSe).
- 20.3 Gallium telluride (GaTe).
- 20.4 Indium sulfide (InS).
- 20.5 Indium selenide (InSe).
- 20.6 Indium telluride (InTe).
- 20.7 Thallium sulfide (TlS).
- 20.8 Thallium selenide (TlSe).
- 20.9 Thallium telluride (TlTe).
- 20.10 In6S7.
- 20.11 In4Se3.
- 20.12 In6Se7.
- 20.13 In60Se40.
- 20.14 In50Se50.
- 20.15 In40Se60.
- 20.16 In5Se6.
- 20.17 In4Te3.
- 20.18 Tl5Te3.
- 20.19 TlGa2.
- 20.20 TlGaSe2.
- 20.21 TlGaTe2.
- 20.22 TlIn2.
- 20.23 TlInSe2.
- 20.24 TlInTe2.- 21 III-VII compound.
- 21.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 21.1 Thallium fluoride (TlF).
- 21.2 Thallium chloride (T1C1).
- 21.3 Thallium bromide (TlBr).
- 21.4 Thallium iodide (TlI).- 22 IV-V compound.
- 22.0 Crystal structure and lattice parameters.
- 22.1 SiP, Ge.
- 22.2 SiAs.
- 22.3 GeAs.
- 22.4 SiP2, SiAs2.
- 22.5 GeAs2.- 23 IVx-VIy compound.
- 23.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 23.1 Germanium sulfide (GeS).
- 23.2 Germanium selenide (GeSe).
- 23.3 Germanium telluride (GeTe).
- 23.4 Tin sulfide (SnS).
- 23.5 Tin selenide (SnSe).
- 23.6 Tin telluride (SnTe).
- 23.7 Lead monoxide (PbO).
- 23.8 Lead sulfide (PbS).
- 23.9 Lead selenide (PbSe).
- 23.10 Lead telluride (PbTe).
- 23.11 Germanium dioxide (GeO2).
- 23.12 Germanium disulfide (GeS2).
- 23.13 Germanium diselenide (GeSe2).
- 23.14 Tin dioxide (SnO2).
- 23.15 Tin disulfide (SnS2).
- 23.16 Tin diselenide (SnSe2).
- 23.17 Si2Te3.
- 23.18 Sn2S3, PbSnS3, SnGeS3, PbGe3.- 24 IV-VII2 Compound.
- 24.0 Crystal structure.
- 24.1 Lead difluoride (PbF2).
- 24.2 Lead dichloride (PbCl2).
- 24.3 Lead dibromide (PbBr2).
- 24.4 Lead diiodide (Pbl2).- 25 Vx-VIy Compound.
- 25.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 25.1 Arsenic oxide (As2O3).
- 25.2 Arsenic sulfide (As2S3).
- 25.3 Arsenic selenide (As2Se3).
- 25.4 Arsenic telluride (As2Te3).
- 25.5 Antimony sulfide (Sb2S3).
- 25.6 Antimony selenide (Sb2Se3).
- 25.7 Antimony telluride (Sb2Te3).
- 25.8 Bismuth oxide (Bi2O3).
- 25.9 Bismuth sulfide (Bi2S3).
- 25.10 Bismuth selenide (Bi2Se3).
- 25.11 Bismuth telluride (Bi2Te3).
- 25.12 Realgar (As4S4).- 26 V-VII3 compound.
- 26.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 26.1 Arsenic triiodide (AsI3).
- 26.2 Antimony triiodide (SbI3).
- 26.3 Bismuth triiodide (BiI3).- Further ternary compounds.- 27 Ix-IVy-VIz compound.
- 27.0 Crystal structure.
- 27.1 Ag8GeS6 (argyrodite).
- 27.2 Ag8SnS6 (canfieldite).
- 27.3 Ag8SiSe6.
- 27.4 Ag8GeSe6.
- 27.5 Ag8SnSe6.
- 27.6 Ag8GeTe6.
- 27.7 Cu8Ge6.
- 27.8 Cu8GeSe6.
- 27.9 Cu4Ge3S5, Cu4Ge3Se5 and Cu4Sn3Se6.
- 27.10 Cu4Sn4.- 28 Ix-Vy-VIz compound.
- 28.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 28.1 AgAs2.
- 28.2 AgAsSe2.
- 28.3 AgAsTe2.
- 28.4 AgSb2.
- 28.5 AgSbSe2.
- 28.6 AgSbTe2.
- 28.7 AgBi2.
- 28.8 AgBiSe2.
- 28.9 AgBiTe2.
- 28.10 CuSbSe2.
- 28.11 CuSbTe2.
- 28.12 CuBiSe2.
- 28.13 CuBiTe2.
- 28.14 Ag3As3.
- 28.15 Ag3Sb3.- 29 IIx-IIIy-VIz compound.
- 29.0 Crystal structure of II-III-VI2 compounds.
- 29.1 CdIn2.
- 29.2 CdInSe2.
- 29.3 CdInTe2.
- 29.4 CdTl2.
- 29.5 CdTlSe2.
- 29.6 CdTlTe2.
- 29.7 HgTl2.- 30 IIIx-Vy-VIz compound.
- 30.0 Crystal structure of III-V-VI2 compounds.
- 30.1 TlAs2.
- 30.2 TlSb2.
- 30.3 TlBi2.
- 30.4 TlBiSe2.
- 30.5 TlBiTe2.
- 30.6 Ga6Sb5Te2.
- 30.7 In6Sb5Te2.
- 30.8 In7SbTe2.- 31 IVx-Vy-VIz compound.
- 31.0 Crystal structure.
- 31.1 Bi12Si20.
- 31.2 Bi12Ge20.
- 31.3 PbSb2S4, GeSb2Te4, GeBi2Te4,SnBi2Te4.
- 31.4 GeBi4Te7, GeSb4Te7, PbBi4Te7.- 32 V-VI-VII compound.
- 32.0 Crystal structure and electronic structure.
- 32.1 AsSBr.
- 32.2 Sb.
- 32.3 SbSBr.
- 32.4 SbSeBr.
- 32.5 SbSe.
- 32.6 SbTe.
- 32.7 Bi.
- 32.8 BiOBr.
- 32.9 Bi.
- 32.10 BiSCl.
- 32.11 BiSBr.
- 32.12 Bi.
- 32.13 BiSeBr.
- 32.14 BiSe.
- 32.15 BiTeBr.
- 32.16 BiTel.- 33 Further ternary compound.
- 33.1 Cu3In5Se9.
- 33.2 Cu3Ga5Se9.
- 33.3 Ag3In5Se9.
- 33.4 Ag3Ga5Se9.
- 33.5 Cu2Ga4Te7.
- 33.6 Cu2In4Te7.
- 33.7 CuIn3Te5.
- 33.8 AgIn3Te5.
- 33.9 AgIn5S8.
- 33.10 AgIn9Te14.
- 33.11 Cd2Sn4.
- 33.12 CdSn3.
- 33.13 Li3Cu3.
- 33.14 Hg3PS3, Hg3Ps4.
- 33.15 Cd4(PAs)2(Cl,Br,I).- 34 Boron compound.
- 34.1 Boron-hydrogen alloys.
- 34.2 Binary boron-lithium compounds.
- 34.3 Ternary boron-lithium compounds.
- 34.4 Boron-sodium compounds.
- 34.5 Boron-potassium compounds.
- 34.6 Beryllium-aluminum-boron compounds.
- 34.7 Boron-aluminum-magnesium compounds.
- 34.8 Boron-alkaline earth compound.
- 34.9 Aluminum-boron compounds.
- 34.10 Boron-yttrium compounds.
- 34.11 Lanthanide hexaborides.
- 34.14 Boron compounds with group IV elements: boron carbide.
- 34.15 Boron-silicon compounds.
- 34.16 Boron-zirconium compounds.
- 34.17 Boron-nitrogen compounds.
- 34.18 Boron-phosphorus compounds.
- 34.19 Boron-arsenic compounds.- 35 Binary transition metal compound.
- 35.1.
- 35.2.
- 35.3.- 36 Binary rare earth compound.- 37 Ternary transition metal compound.
- 37.1.
- 37.2.
- 37.3.- 38 Ternary rare earth compound.
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