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|Statement||edited by A.G. Cullis and P.D. Augustus.|
|Series||Institute of Physics conference series ;, no. 87|
|Contributions||Cullis, A. G., Augustus, P. D., Institute of Physics (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||QC610.9 .M535 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 802 p. :|
|Number of Pages||802|
|LC Control Number||87022668|
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Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials highlights the progress that is being made in semiconductor microscopy, primarily in electron probe methods as well as in light optical and ion scattering techniques.
The book covers the state of the art, with sections on high resolution microscopy, epitaxial layers, quantum wells and superlattices Author: Cullis. The various forms of microscopy and related microanalytical techniques are making unique contributions to semiconductor research and development that underpin many important areas of microelectronics technology.
Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials highlights the progress that is being made in semiconductor microscopy, primarily in electron probe methods as well as in light optical and.
The 14 th conference in the series focused on the most recent advances in the study of the structural and electronic properties of semiconducting materials by the application of transmission and scanning electron microscopy.
The latest developments in the use of other important microcharacterisation techniques were also covered and included the. Get this from a library. Microscopy of semiconducting materials, proceedings of the Institute of Physics conference held at Oxford University, April [A G Cullis; P D Augustus; Institute of Physics (Great Britain);].
The purpose of the trip was to present an invited talk at the 7th Oxford Conference on Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials entitled, High-Resolution Z-Contrast Imaging of Heterostructures and Superlattices, (Oxford, United Kingdom) and to visit VG Microscopes, East Grinstead, for discussions on the progress of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) kV high-resolution scanning.
The seventh conference on the Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials was held at Oxford University on March As in previous years the conference had a totally international flavour with many of the world's leading researchers present. Scientific sponsorship was provided by the Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group of the.
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The conference was the third in the series devoted to advances in microscopical studies of semiconductors. The fifteenth international conference on Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials took place in Cambridge, UK on April It was organised by the Institute of Physics, with co-sponsorship by the Royal Microscopical Society and endorsement by the Materials Research Society.
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