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Nanostructures: Theories and Modeling (Photo-engraving Edition), by Delerue.C, English, Paperback, 2008



Author Delerue.C

Press Science Press

Isbn 7030220277

Publication Date June 2008

Pages 304

Size 16K

Edition First

Cover Paperback

Language English

Page material gelatine plate paper

Product Description:

This book mainly introduces the basic concept, important experimental results and the theoretical analysis and the simulation calculation of theoretical physics electron structure, dielectrical properties, optical transferoptical transfer, electrical transport in Nano structure system. It is a systematic theory monographs with practical value, it provides reference value for senior undergraduates, graduates and relevant scientific teaching staff who engaged in Nanotechnology interdisciplinary field.


1 General Basis for Computations and Theoretical Models

1.1 Ab initio One-Particle Theories for the Ground State

1.1.1 Non-interacting N Electron System

1.1.2 The Hartree Approximation

1.1.3 The Hartree-Fock Approximation

1.1.4 Correlations and Exchange-Correlation Hole

1.1.5 Local Density Approaches

1.2 Quasi-particles and Excitons

1.2.1 One-Particle Eigenvalues

1.2.2 The Exchange-Correlation Hole and Static Screening

1.2.3 Dynamically Screened Interactions

1.2.4 The GW Approximation

1.2.5 Excitons

1.2.6 Towards a More Quantitative Theory

1.2.7 Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory (TDDFT)

1.3 Semi-empirical Methods

1.3.1 The Empirical Tight Binding Method

1.3.2 The Empirical Pseudopotential Method

1.3.3 The k.p Description and Effective Masses

2 Quantum Confined Systems

2.1 Quantum Confinement and Its Consequences

2.1.1 Idealized Quantum Wells

2.1.2 Idealized Quantum Wires

2.1.3 Idealized Cubic Quantum Dots

2.1.4 Artificial Atoms: Case of Spherical Wells

2.1.5 Electronic Structure from Bulk to Quantum Dots

2.2 Computational Techniques

2.2.1 k - p Method and Envelope Function Approximation

2.2.2 Tight Binding and Empirical Pseudopotential Methods

2.2.3 Density Functional Theory

2.3 Comparison Between Different Methods

2.4 Energy Gap of Semiconductor Nanocrystals

2.5 Confined States in Semiconductor Nanocrystals

2.5.1 Electron States in Direct Gap Semiconductors

2.5.2 Electron States in Indirect Gap Semiconductors

2.5.3 Hole States

2.6 Confinement in Disordered and Amorphous Systems

3 Dielectric Properties

3.1 Macroscopic Approach: The Classical Electrostatic Theory

3.1.1 Bases of the Macroscopic Electrostatic Theory of Dielectrics

3.3.4 From Microscopic to Macroscopic Dielectric Function for the Bulk Crystal

3.4 Concept of Dielectric Constant for Nanostructures

3.4.1 The Importance of Surface Polarization Charges

3.4.2 Dielectric Screening in Quantum Wells

3.4.3 Dielectric Screening in Quantum Dots

3.4.4 General Arguments on the Dielectric Response in Nanostructures

3.4.5 Conclusions

3.5 Charging of a Nanostructure

3.5.1 Case of a Quantum Dot

3.5.2 Case of a Quantum Well

4 Quasi-particles and Excitons

4.1 Basic Considerations

4.2 Excitons in the Envelope Function Approximation

4.2.1 Theory of Bulk Excitons

4.2.2 Excitons in Quantum Wells

4.2.3 Exciton Binding Energy in Limiting Situations

4.2.4 The Influence of Dielectric Mismatch

4.3 Excitons in More Refined Semi-empirical Approaches

4.3.1 General Discussion

4.3.2 Excitons in Nanocrystals of Direct Gap Semiconductors

4.3.3 Excitons in Si Nanocrystals

4.3.4 Screening of the Electron-Hole Interaction and Configuration Interaction

4.4 Quantitative Treatment of Quasi-particles

4.4.1 General Arguments

4.4.2 Tight Binding GW Calculations

4.4.3 Conclusions

4.5 Quantitative Treatment of Excitons

4.5.1 Numerical Calculations

4.5.2 Interpretation of the Results

4.5.3 Comparison with Experiments

4.6 Charging Effects and Multi-excitons

4.6.1 Charging Effects: Single Particle Tunneling Through Semiconductor Quantum Dots

4.6.2 Multi-excitons

4.7 Conclusion

5 Optical Properties and Radiative Processes

5.1 General Formulation

5.1.1 Optical Absorption and Stimulated Emission

5.1.2 Luminescence

5.1.3 Nanostructures in Optical Cavities and Photonic Crystals

5.1.4 Calculation of the Optical

5.3.1 Interband Transitions

5.3.2 Intraband Transitions

5.3.3 The Importance of Electron-Phonon Coupling

5.4 Optical Properties of Si and Ge Nanocrystals

5.4.1 Interband Transitions

5.4.2 Intraband Transitions

6 Defects and Impurities

6.1 Hydrogenic Donors

6.1.1 Envelope Function Approximation

6.1.2 Tight Binding Self-Consistent Treatment

6.2 Deep Level Defects in Nanostructures

6.3 Surface Defects: Si Dangling Bonds

6.3.1 Review of the Properties of Si Dangling Bonds

6.3.2 Si Dangling Bonds at the Surface of Crystallites

6.3.3 Dangling Bond Defects in III-V and II-VI Semiconductor Nanocrystals

6.4 Surface Defects: Self-Trapped Excitons

6.5 Oxygen Related Defects at Si-SiO2 Interfaces

7 Non-radiative and Relaxation Processes

7.1 Multi-phonon Capture at Point Defects

7.2 Auger Recombination

7.2.1 Theoretical Calculation

7.2.2 Experimental Evidence for Auger Recombination

7.3 Hot Carrier Relaxation: Existence of a Phonon Bottleneck

8 Transport

8.1 Description of the Systems and of the Boundary Conditions

8.2 Weak Coupling Limit

8.2.1 Perturbation Theory

8.2.2 Orthodox Theory of Tunneling

8.3 Beyond Perturbation Theory

8.3.1 Elastic Scattering Formalism

8.3.2 Calculation of the Green's Functions

8.4 Electron-Electron Interactions Beyond the Orthodox Theory.

8.4.1 Self-Consistent Mean-Field Calculations

8.4.2 The Self-Consistent Potential Profile

8.4.3 The Coulomb Blockade Effect

8.5 Transport in Networks of Nanostructures

8.5.1 Tunneling Between Nanostructures

8.5.2 Hopping Conductivity

8.5.3 Coherent Potential Approximation

8.5.4 Example of a Network of Silicon Nanocrystals

A Matrix Elements of the Renormalizing

B Macroscopic Averages in Maxwell’s Equations

C Polarization Correction




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