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Chalcogenide glass is made up of many elements from the Chalcogenide group. The glass is transparent to infrared light and is useful as a semiconductor in many electronic devices. For example, chalcogenide glass fibers are a component of devices used to perform laser surgery.
Semiconducting Chalcogenide Glass III: Applications of Chalcogenide Glasses is a comprehensive overview of designs of various chalcogenide glass devices are presented, including switches, phase inverters, voltage stabilizers, oscillators, indicators and display control circuits, memory devices, and sensors. A special chapter is devoted to chalcogenide glass applications in optical fibers.
This collective monograph is intended to survey the current state of chalcogenide glass applications to facilitate further development.
- The first collective monograph written by Eastern European scientists covering electrical and optical properties of chalcogenide vitreous semiconductors (CVS)
- Contributions by B.G. Kolomiets, who discovered the properties of chalcogenide glass in 1955!
- Provides evidence and discussion by authors from opposing positions
Researchers, academics and professionals in materials science, physical chemistry and microelectronics
- No. of pages:
- © Elsevier Science 2004
- 17th December 2004
- Elsevier Science
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ELMA, Moscow, Russia
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