Optical Properties of Semiconductors
by Jerome Faist
Publisher: Eidgenossische Technische Hochshule Zurich 2008
Number of pages: 115
This text gives a broad overview of the basic physical processes that govern the interaction between the light and semiconductor. The goal was to show the richness of the topic and to show the thread connecting the original research of the sixties and today's literature.
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