5 edition of Photoconductivity (Optical Engineering) found in the catalog.
May 25, 1990
Written in English
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Rose, Albert, 2 books Richard H. Bube, 2 books Eustace L. Dereniak, 2 books N. V. Joshi, 2 books J. Mort, 1 book Paul Robert Görlich, 1 book Howard Earle Sorrows, 1 book V. E. Lashkarev, 1 book Summer Symposium on Photoconductor Image Technology Theory and Practice North Randall , 1 book W. Robert Thurber, 1 book Westinghouse Electric. Photoconductive definition is - having, involving, or operating by photoconductivity. Time Traveler for photoconductive. The first known use of photoconductive was .
PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY Photoconductivity is the increase in electrical conductivity of a material caused by radiation incident on the material. Non-equilibrium free carriers (electrons and holes) can be generated in bulk semiconductor materials by various processes, such as light absorption. This article is cited by 8 publications. Jiaoyi Shi, Limin Liu, Fangjie Xu, Yi Zhang. Improving the Photoresponse Properties of CdSe Quantum Wires by Alignment and Ligand Exchange.
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Photoconductivity, the increase in the electrical conductivity of certain materials when they are exposed to light of sufficient energy. Photoconductivity serves as a tool to understand the internal processes in these materials, and it is also widely used to detect the presence Photoconductivity book light and measure.
Photoconductivity, as a well-known optical and electrical phenomenon in semiconductor, is an effect that the electrical conductivity increases due to the absorption of light radiation (Bube,; Rose, ). Several mechanisms, such as the absorption of the incident light, the generation of the electron–hole pairs, and the carrier.
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Art: Science & Technology. Photoconductivity. DOI link for Photoconductivity. Photoconductivity book. Art: Science & Technology. Edited By N V Joshi. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 October Pub. location New by: This book contains several chapters that strongly support this work, and are referred to below.
Comprehensive accounts of the principles of photoconductivity may be found in the monographs by Bube [, ], Ryvkin and by: 2. Book Description Featuring detector technology capable of sensing even a few photons, this valuablereference guide provides criteria for selecting techniques and equipment appropriate tovarious types of faint signals.
This analysis has shown that the odd values of the exponent m may occur in solids with gap states distributed discretely or continually.
For more details about various analyses of the photoconductivity–light intensity relationship, see references. 73, 99, – Obviously, through measuring photoconductivity as a function of light. Photoconductivity oj Solids is the first and only book to offer a comprehensive analysis of the photoconductivity of solids.
It represents an important addition to the literature since photoconductivity is only a phenomenon of great interest in its own right, but also a basic tool in a 11 solid-state research.
Cite as: dium of Chemical Terminology, 2nd ed. (the "Gold Book"). Compiled by A. McNaught and A. Wilkinson. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford. Photoconductivity is one of the effective approaches to closely explore the photo-physics.
In this paper, high-purity Cs4PbBr6 single crystals were grown from Cs-enriched solutions. Negative photoconductivity was firstly observed in Cs4PbBr6 through Au-crystal-Au photo-detectors, and the photocurrents under high illumination power are similar.
Photoconductivity definition: the change in the electrical conductivity of certain substances, such as selenium, as a | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Photoconductivity of solids. New York, Wiley  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard H Bube.
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Photoconductivity is usually caused by an increase in the concentration of charge carriers upon exposure to light; this effect is called primary photoconductivity. The photoconductive effect is the result of several processes whereby photons cause electrons to be ejected from the valence band and injected into the conduction band (Figure 1).
Photoconductivity definition, the increase in the electrical conductivity of a substance, often nonmetallic, caused by the absorption of electromagnetic radiation. See more. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
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