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Spectroscopy of Semiconductors: Numerical Analysis Bridging Quantum Mechanics and Experiments (Springer Series in Optical Sciences)Physics Sounds and RingtonesSpectroscopy of SemiconductorsNumerical Analysis Bridging Quantum Mechanics and Experiments【電子書籍】 Wei LuPerfect/Complete Scattering Experiments Probing Quantum Mechanics on Atomic and Molecular Collisions and CoincidencesQuantum Mechanics (Dover Books on Physics)Quantum Mechanics: Theory and ExperimentBlittzen SHIRT メンズ US サイズ: X-LargeThe Physics of Atoms and Quanta: Introduction to Experiments and TheoryPerfect/Complete Scattering ExperimentsProbing Quantum Mechanics on Atomic and Molecular Collisions and Coincidences【電子書籍】 Hans Kleinpoppen
 

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  • <p>The science and technology related to semiconductors have received significant attention for applications in various fields including microelectronics, nanophotonics, and biotechnologies. Understanding of semiconductors has advanced to such a level that we are now able to design novel system complexes before we go for the proof-of-principle experimental demonstration.</p> <p>This book explains the experimental setups for optical spectral analysis of semiconductors and describes the experimental methods and? the basic quantum mechanical principles underlying the fast-developing nanotechnology for semiconductors. Further, it uses numerous case studies with detailed theoretical discussions and calculations to demonstrate the data analysis. Covering structures ranging from bulk to the nanoscale, it examines applications in the semiconductor industry and biomedicine. Starting from the most basic physics of geometric optics, wave optics, quantum mechanics, solid-state physics, it...
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  • 著 者 : Hans Kleinpoppen, Bernd Lohmann, Alexe Grum-Grzhimailo, Alexei Grum-Grzhimailo出版年 : 17-Dec-2013ISBN-10 : 3642405134 ISBN-13 : 9783642405136 出版社 : Springer
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  • <p>The main goal of this book is to elucidate what kind of experiment must be performed in order to determine the full set of independent parameters which can be extracted and calculated from theory, where electrons, photons, atoms, ions, molecules, or molecular ions may serve as the interacting constituents of matter.?The feasibility of such perfect' and-or `complete' experiments, providing the complete quantum mechanical knowledge of the process, is associated with the enormous potential of modern research techniques, both, in experiment and theory.?It is even difficult to overestimate the role of theory in setting of the complete experiment, starting with the fact that an experiment can be complete only within a certain theoretical framework, and ending with the direct prescription of what, and in what conditions should be measured to make the experiment `complete'.?The language of the related theory is the language of quantum mechanical amplitudes and their relative phases. Th...
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