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Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots Second Edition: Theoretical and Computational Physics of Semiconductor Nanostructures provides all the essential information, both theoretical and computational, for complete beginners to develop an understanding of how the electronic, optical and transport properties of quantum wells, wires and dots are calculated. Readers are lead through a series of simple theoretical and computational examples giving solid foundations from which they will gain the confidence to initiate theoretical investigations or explanations of their own. Emphasis on combining the analysis and interpretation of experimental data with the development of theoretical ideas Complementary to the more standard textsAimed at the physics community at large, rather than just the low-dimensional semiconductor expert The text present solutions for a large number of real situations Presented in a lucid style with easy to follow steps related to accompanying illustrative examples Content: Chapter 1 Semiconductors and Heterostructures (pages 1–16): Chapter 2 Solutions to Schrodinger's Equation (pages 17–71): Chapter 3 Numerical Solutions (pages 73–118): Chapter 4 Diffusion (pages 119–136): Chapter 5 Impurities (pages 137–187): Chapter 6 Excitons (pages 189–218): Chapter 7 Strained Quantum Wells (pages 219–241): Dr. V. D. JovanovicChapter 8 Quantum Wires and Dots (pages 243–270): Chapter 9 Carrier Scattering (pages 271–343): Chapter 10 Multiband Envelope Function (K.P) Method (pages 345–369): Z. IkonicChapter 11 Empirical Pseudopotential Theory (pages 371–409): Chapter 12 Microscopic Electronic Properties of Heterostructures (pages 411–441): Chapter 13 Application to Quantum Wires and Dots (pages 443–457):
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