CdTe and Related Compounds; Physics, Defects, Hetero- and Nano-structures, Crystal Growth, Surfaces and Applications - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080464091, 9780080914589

CdTe and Related Compounds; Physics, Defects, Hetero- and Nano-structures, Crystal Growth, Surfaces and Applications

1st Edition

Physics, CdTe-based Nanostructures, CdTe-based Semimagnetic Semiconductors, Defects

Series Volume Editors: Robert Triboulet Paul Siffert
eBook ISBN: 9780080914589
Hardcover ISBN: 9780080464091
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 22nd October 2009
Page Count: 550
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Table of Contents

Introduction (J.B. Mullin)
CdTe-based materials: Band Structures and Binding Properties (Arden Sher)
Optical phonon spectra in CdTe crystals and ternary alloys of CdTe compounds (B.N.Mavrin, E.A.Vinogradov)
Band structure and Electrical Properties (C.R. Becker)
The Optical Properties of CdTe (V. Consonni)
Mechanical Properties of CdTe and Alloys (J.C. Moosbrugger)
CdTe-based nanostructures (H. Mariette)
CdTe-based semimagnetic semiconductors (R.R. Galazka and T. Wojtowicz)
Macroscopic defects (K. Durose)
Inclusions and precipitates in CdZnTe substrates (J.-O. Ndap)
Theoretical calculation of the formation energies of point defects and of their energetic levels in CdTe (M.A. Berding)
Experimental identification of intrinsic point defects; Characterization of intrinsic defects levels in CdTe and CdZnTe (K. Lynn)
Experimental identification of native point defects in CdTe (P. Fochuk and O. Panchuk)
Doping (O. Panchuk)
Impurity compensation (Y. Marfaing)


Almost thirty years after the remarkable monograph of K. Zanio and the numerous conferences and articles dedicated since that time to CdTe and CdZnTe, after all the significant progresses in that field and the increasing interest in these materials for several extremely attractive industrial applications, such as nuclear detectors and solar cells, the edition of a new enriched and updated monograph dedicated to these two very topical II-VI semiconductor compounds, covering all their most prominent, modern and fundamental aspects, seemed very relevant and useful.

Key Features

  • Detailed coverage of the main topics associated with the very topical II-VI semiconductor compound CdTe and its alloy CZT
  • Review of the CdTe recent developments
  • Fundamental background of many topics clearly introduced and exposed


Researchers in materials science, such as CdTe and related alloys fields


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About the Series Volume Editors

Robert Triboulet Series Volume Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

R.Triboulet, CNRS, GEMaC, Meudon Cedex, France

Paul Siffert Series Volume Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

P. Siffert, E-MRS, Strasbourg Cedex 2, France