By Günther Bauer
The final decade has witnessed an explosive improvement within the development of expitaxial layers and constructions with atomic-scale dimensions. This development has created new calls for for the characterization of these stuctures. numerous equipment were sophisticated and new ones built with the most emphasis on non-destructive in-situ characterization. between these, equipment which depend on the interplay of electromagnetic radiation with subject are rather important. during this publication normal tools equivalent to far-infrared spectroscopy, ellipsometry, Raman scattering, and high-resolution X-ray diffraction are awarded, in addition to new complicated options which offer the potential of greater in-situ characterization of epitaxial buildings (such as mirrored image anistropy spectroscopy, infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy, second-harmonic new release, and others). This quantity is meant for researchers operating at universities or in undefined, in addition to for graduate scholars who're attracted to the characterization of semiconductor layers and for these coming into this box. It summarizes the present-day wisdom and stories the most recent advancements vital for destiny ex-situ and in-situ studies.
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