"Quantum Dots: Theory and Applications" ed. by Vasilios N. Stavrou
InTAvE | 2015 | ISBN: 9535121553 9789535121558 | 184 pages | PDF | 5 MB
This book collects some new research results in the area of fundamental excitations, decoherence, charge states, epitaxial techniques and photoluminescence experiments related to devices made with quantum dots.
This book is divided in two sections.
First section includes the fundamental theories on excitons, trions, phase decoherence, and charge states, and the second section includes several applications of quantum dots.
1 Theory of Excitons and Excitonic Quasimolecules Formed from Spatially Separated Electrons and Holes in Quasi-Zero- Dimensional Nanostructures
2 Excitons and Trions in Semiconductor Quantum Dots
3 On the 'Three-Orders Time-Limit' for Phase Decoherence in Quantum Dots
4 Charge States in Andreev Quantum Dots
5 Quantum Dots Prepared by Droplet Epitaxial Method
6 Physical Reasons of Emission Varying in CdSe/ZnS and CdSeTe/ZnS Quantum Dots at Bioconjugation to Antibodies
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