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Cathodoluminescence for studies of low dimensional semiconductor structures

Gustafsson, Anders LU (2002) Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials XII In Institute of Physics Conference Series 169. p.547-556
Abstract
Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a very powerful technique for studying the optical properties of semiconductor structures, especially low-dimensional structures (structures with sub-micron features). We will give a number of examples of studies, where CL has been used to study a variety of low-dimensional semiconductor structures. We will also compare the CL technique with other techniques for studies of luminescence with high spatial resolution.
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Institute of Physics Conference Series
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Tony, Cullis
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169
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10 pages
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IOP Publishing
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Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials XII
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English
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