Part of the Wiley Series in Materials for Electronic & Optoelectronic Applications Series
Zinc Oxide (ZnO) powder has been widely used as a white paint pigment and industrial processing chemical for nearly 150 years. However, following a rediscovery of ZnO and its potential applications in the 1950s, science and industry alike began to realize that ZnO had many interesting novel properties that were worthy of further investigation. ZnO is a leading candidate for the next generation of electronics, and its biocompatibility makes it viable for medical devices. This book covers recent advances including crystal growth, processing and doping and also discusses the problems and issues that seem to be impeding the commercialization of devices. Topics include: Energy band structure and spintronics Fundamental optical and electronic properties Electronic contacts of ZnO Growth of ZnO crystals and substrates Ultraviolet photodetectors ZnO quantum wells Zinc Oxide Materials for Electronic and Optoelectronic Device Applications is ideal for university, government, and industrial research and development laboratories, particularly those engaged in ZnO and related materials research.
|Publication date:||24th March 2011|
|Author:||Cole W. Litton|
|Publisher:||Wiley-Blackwell an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd|
|Categories:||Electronic devices & materials,|
The three coeditors, Dr. Cole W. Litton, Dr. Donald C. Reynolds and Dr. Thomas C. Collins, are internationally recognized experts in field of the physics of semiconductors, with an emphasis on the optical, electrical and structural properties and crystal growth of these materials, especially zinc oxide and the other Group II-VI semiconductor materials, as well as the III-V compound semiconductor materials and their electronic and optoelectronic devices. Each of the editors has authored more than 500 scientific/technical papers, book chapters, and technical/scientific books over professional careers that have spanned much of the past 30 to 40 years.More About Cole W. Litton