# Browse by Subject "Physics, Condensed Matter"

• (1996)
Semiconductor optoelectronic devices are expected to have their performance improved by the use of quantum confinement in the active region with sizes in the range of tenths of nanometers. The decrease in volume of the ...

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• (1996)
Large N-slave fermion techniques have been established as a powerful computational tool to study quantum many-body systems. They have been applied successfully to the study of various systems of strongly correlated electrons ...

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• (1994)
In this thesis we derive a field theory approach to the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect (FQHE). The goal is to develop a field theory for a system of interacting electrons moving in a plane in the presence of an external ...

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• (1990)
Density Functional Theory has been successfully applied in solid state calculations where it has been customary to extract just a single number, namely the total energy. Within this formalism, we show that we can, in ...

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• (1987)
We have studied the signal and noise properties of extremely sensitive dc SQUIDs composed of submicron area tunnel junctions. At high frequencies, the flux resolution is expected to be limited by intrinsic quantum fluctuations, ...

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• (1982)
Localized deposits of silicon nitride, which are stable to at least 500(DEGREES)C, have been formed by a new technique: electron bombardment of nitrogen molecules weakly bound on a clean Si(100)-(2 X 1) surface chilled to ...

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• (1961)

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• (1996)
A full-band Monte Carlo device simulator has been used to study the effects of device scaling on hot electrons in different types of n-channel MOSFETs and flash memory structures. A MOSFET with a single source/drain implant, ...

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• (1961)

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• (1991)
Gas source molecular beam epitaxy is an advanced crystal growth technique that has been shown to be capable of producing high quality, ultra-thin semiconductor layers and interfaces, excellent dopant and thickness uniformity, ...

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• (1996)
The surface morphology of Ge(001) during etching by low energy ions is characterized using scanning tunneling microscopy. The surfaces are bombarded by 240 eV xenon ions at various temperatures and exposure times. A well ...

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• (1993)
The combination of high-resolution photoemission spectroscopy (PES) using synchrotron radiation, and reflection high-energy electron diffraction (RHEED), along with other techniques, have been used to examine the atomic-scale ...

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• (1996)
Many reports exist in the literature which indicate that BaTiO$\sb3,$ when prepared as a powder with small particle size $({<}1\mu$m) or as a polycrystalline ceramic with small grain size, displays dramatic deviations in ...

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• (1964)

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• (1992)
The group theoretic, or Lie's method of continuous point transformations is applied to the study of shock wave propagation through solid media. Theoretically, this method allows for the systematic investigation of all ...

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• (1993)
Carbon-doped GaAs and Al$\sb{\rm x}$Ga$\sb{\rm 1-x}$As with carbon concentrations ranging from 2 $\times$ 10$\sp$ cm$\sp{-3}$ to 3 $\times$ 10$\sp{20}$ cm$\sp{-3}$ have been characterized with Hall effect measurements, ...

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• (1990)
Despite the vast use of metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) for the growth of optical and electronic devices, it is a process for which the details of the reaction mechanisms are not well understood. Efforts ...

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