In the majority of topics discussed in this book it is tacitly assumed that we are studying the interactions between electromagnetic radiation and solids in order to obtain a fuller knowledge of the behavior of various solids of interest. Here, we will consider things from the opposite direction and discuss how photoconductive effects may be used to detect and measure infrared radiation.
KeywordsRecombination Process Impurity Center Noise Equivalent Power Intrinsic Carrier Concentration Planck Distribution
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