Symposium E - Properties of II-VI Semiconductors: Bulk Crystals, Epitaxial Films, Quantum Well Structures
Final rept. 15 Nov 1989-31 Oct 1990
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV AT RALEIGH
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The focus dealt with recent developments in II-VI semiconductors. The meeting covered a wide variety of topics including synthesis of II-VI materials bulk crystals, thin films, and layered structures, properties studies electrical, optical, photoelectric, structural, mechanical, defects theory and measurement, controlled substitutional doping, and applications of II-VI semiconductors. The II-VI compound semiconductors possess characteristics which, as a group, are unique. Among the most active areas of investigation in these materials today are blue light emitters based on ZnSe, infrared detectors based on mercury-containing compounds such as HgCdTe, and the properties of dilute magnetic semiconductors.
- Solid State Physics