Infrared Detectors and Emitters: Materials and Devices

Infrared Detectors and Emitters: Materials and Devices

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An up-to-date view of the various detector/emitter materials systems currently in use or being actively researched. The book is aimed at newcomers and those already working in the IR industry. It provides both an introductory text and a valuable overview of the entire field.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 478 pages
  • 165 x 240 x 30mm | 848.23g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2001 ed.
  • XXIX, 478 p.
  • 0792372069
  • 9780792372066

Table of contents

Disclaimer. Contributors. Preface. Dedication. Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. 1. Introduction to Infrared Devices and Fundamentals of their Operation; C.T. Elliott, N.T. Gordon. 2. Assessment of Infrared Materials and Devices; N.T. Gordon, I.M. Baker. 3. IV-VI (Lead Chalcogenide) Infrared Sensors and Lasers; H. Zogg, A. Ishida. 4. Metal Silicide Schottky Infrared Detector Arrays; M. Kimata. 5. Pyroelectric Materials and Devices; R.W. Whatmore, R. Watton. 6. Uncooled Microbolometer Infrared Sensor Arrays; R.A. Wood. 7. InSb: Materials and Devices; W.F.H. Micklethwaite, A.J. Johnson. 8. Growth, Properties and Infrared Device Characteristics of Strained InAsSb-Based Materials; R.M. Biefeld, S.R. Kurtz. 9. Tl-Based III-V Alloy Semiconductors; H. Asahi. 10. MCT Materials Aspects; P. Capper. 11. Photoconductive and Non-equilibrium Devices in HgCdTe and Related Alloys; C.T. Elliott. 12. Photovoltaic Detectors in MCT; M.B. Reine. 13. Hg-Based Alternatives to MCT; A. Rogalski. 14. Reduced-Dimensionality HgTe-CdTe for the Infrared; J.R. Meyer, I. Vurgaftman. 15. Quantum Well Infra-red Detectors; M.J. Kane. Index.
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Review quote

`The book providesa useful, compact reference work for the infrated specialist and a good tutorial for the non-specialist, particularly through the two introductory chapters on the operating principles and assessment of devices, and theoretical sections dispersed amongst the other chapters. Chapters 1 and 2 are recommended reading before full immersion in the later chapters, which are all by well-known.'
Measured Science Technology,12:9(2001)
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