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Photoeffects at Semiconductor Surfaces

  • S. Roy Morrison
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In this chapter, we will discuss the effect of relatively low-energy photons, those of energy near the visible region. The high-energy synchrotron-type radiation used with UPS, etc., was discussed in Chapter 3. Photons in the visible region of the spectrum are of most interest in their interaction with semiconductors, so this chapter will almost exclusively discuss semiconductor effects.

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Surface State Minority Carrier Capture Cross Section Recombination Center Semiconductor Surface 
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  • S. Roy Morrison
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  1. 1.Simon Fraser UniversityBurnabyCanada

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