Materials Science Forum

ISSN: 1662-9752

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Edited by: Gordon Davies, G.G. DeLeo and M. Stavola
Online since: January 1992
Description: Part 1. 1. Hydrogen in Elemental Hosts . 2. Transition Metal Impurities in Elemental Hosts . 3. Impurities in Elemental Hosts . 4. Irradiation Defects in Elemental Hosts . 5. Oxygen in GaAs, Si and Ge . 6. Theory . Part 2 . 7. Hydrogen in Compound Semiconductors . 8. Rare Earth Impurities in Silicon and Compound Semiconductors . 9. Transition Metal Impurities in Compound Semiconductors . 10. Donors in Compound Semiconductors . 11. EL2 And Anti-Site Related Defects . 12. Other Defects in III-V Semiconductors . 13. Growth Defects . Part 3 . 14. New Techniques . 15. Defects in SiC and Diamond . 16. Defects in II-VI Semiconductors . 17. Hetero-Epitaxy and Strained Layers . 18. Dislocations . 19. Superlattices . 20. Defects at Surfaces and Interfaces and in Low-Dimensional Structures . 21. Processing-Induced Defects . 22. Effects of Defects on Devices .

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Edited by: R. Delhez and E.J. Mittemeijer
Online since: January 1991

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Edited by: H. Hermann
Online since: January 1991
Description: The heterogeneity of a solid must be taken into account if the property under consideration is determined not only by the atomic short-range order but also by the spatial extent of regions with equal short-range order, the shape of these regions, the interface area between different regions, the correlation of shape and size of adjacent regions, the topological arrangement, etc. Such phenomena appear in most materials, e.g. in polycrystalline metals and alloys, powders, ceramics, porous materials, glasses and random composites.

78

Edited by: P. Barczy
Online since: January 1991
Description: The volume presents invited papers on topics of current interest.

77

Edited by: G. Schuster, K. Künstler and H. Ullmann
Online since: January 1991
Description: Solid ionic conductors have a wide range of applications and new research results are becoming available at an ever increasing rate. The book discusses and reviews our present knowledge in some critical areas. Some of the important papers are given below: Some Highlights:

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Edited by: M. Chemla, D. Devilliers and M. Vogler
Online since: January 1991
Description: This "state-of-the-art" volume presents the new developments in fundamental research and in industrial applications of Molten Salts. Special attention is placed on recent developments of special topics such as Electrodeposition of Refractory Metals (Niobium, Molybdenum), and Organic Chemistry and Electrochemistry in Molten Salts.

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Edited by: B. Siribumrungsukha et al.
Online since: January 1991
Description: Rare earth oxides, rare earth compounds and rare earth elements find a wide range of applications in metals, glasses, ceramics and electronics. Demands for high-purity separated rare earth oxides and metals with a purity of up to 99.999% is growing. The present conference was designed to discuss the needs of the materials science community and to present advances in the field.

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Edited by: G. Minchev and L. Pramatarova
Online since: January 1991

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Edited by: G.H. Frischat and C.T. Moynihan
Online since: January 1991
Description: Halide glasses are a new group of optical materials, with great potential for various applications, e.g. for fiber optic waveguides

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Edited by: Gordon Davies
Online since: January 1991
Description: I. TECHNIQUES . II. d DOPING . III. QUANTUM WELLS . IV. HYDROGEN IN SEMICONDUCTORS . V. BOUND EXCITONS . VI. IMPURITIES IN SILICON . VII. IMPURITIES IN Ge AND GexSi1-x. VIII. IMPURITIES IN COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS . IX. DX CENTRES .

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