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Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals

by N. I. Ostapenko

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Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals presents a masterly summary of the widespread and voluminous literature on the subject, presenting theoretical and experimental investigations of electron and vibronic optical spectra of organic crystals. Electronic states of defects combine to form crystal near-to-band and band levels. These are discrete states in the vicinity of exciton bands, surface and dislocational excitons, etc. Some studies have expressed dissimilar or even conflicting opinions about the nature of observed phenomena. In the choice of the material, preference has been given to phenomena which have received a theoretical interpretation. Some attention is paid to observations which are not completely understood and also to effects predicted but not yet confirmed.
The monograph will be useful for scientists as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students of solid state physics.

Edition Notes

Statementby N.I. Ostapenko, V.I. Sugakov, M.T. Shpak
ContributionsSugakov, V. I., Shpak, M. T.
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (276 pages)
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27088688M
ISBN 10940111675X
ISBN 109789401116756
OCLC/WorldCa840309069

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Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals presents a masterly summary of the widespread and voluminous literature on the subject, presenting theoretical and experimental investigations of electron and vibronic optical spectra of organic crystals.

Electronic states of defects combine to form crystal near-to-band and band levels. These are discrete states in the vicinity of exciton. Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals presents a masterly summary of the widespread and voluminous literature on the subject, presenting theoretical and experimental investigations of electron and vibronic optical spectra of organic crystals.

Electronic states of defects combine to form crystal near-to-band and band levels. Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals presents a masterly summary of the widespread and voluminous literature on the subject, presenting theoretical and experimental investigations of electron and vibronic optical spectra of organic crystals.

Electronic states of. Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals presents a masterly summary of the widespread and voluminous literature on the subject, presenting theoretical and.

Description: Spectroscopy of Defects in Organic Crystals presents a masterly summary of the widespread and voluminous literature on the subject, presenting theoretical and experimental investigations of electron and vibronic optical spectra of organic crystals.

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Abstract. Apart from the traditional methods of optical spectroscopy discussed so far, the use of the technique of thermostimulated luminescence (glow) has proved to be an effective tool for the exploration of defect states in solid state, in particular, for studying the trap energy spectrum and the kinetics of charge-carrier capture processes in organic : N.

Ostapenko, V. Sugakov, M. Shpak. Optical Spectra of Strained Organic Crystals. Dislocations and Optical Properties of Organic Crystals. Surface Excitons. Thermoluminescence Spectroscopy of Author: Michael Bartberger.

Crystals, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Raman spectroscopy is now finding wide-ranging application in pure and applied science and can be used for the characterisation of the atomic structure of solids, because Raman scattering depends on the polarisation and direction of the incident light, the crystal symmetry and orientation of.

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Book Chapters Topics;"Defects in Crystals." Defects in metals, memory metal, defects in ionic and molecular crystals, nonstoichiometric compounds:"The Solid Solution – Chemical Imperfection." Random and ordered solid solutions, Hume-Rothery rules, interstitial and substitutional solutes, charge neutrality.

As the range of the compiled data is very extensive, volume III/36 is divided into three subvolumes titled III/36A Oxides, III/36B Inorganic substances other than oxides, III/36C Organic crystals, liquid crystals and polymers. Subvolume III/36C on organic crystals, liquid crystals and polymers is presented herewith.

Read More. This book outlines, with the help of several specific examples, the important role played by absorption spectroscopy in the investigation of deep-level centers introduced in semiconductors and insulators like diamond, silicon, germanium and gallium arsenide by high-energy irradiation, residual impurities, and defects produced during crystal : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

We employ energy-momentum spectroscopy on isolated organic single crystals with micrometer-sized dimensions. The single crystals are grown from a thiophene-based oligomer and are excellent low-loss active waveguides that support multiple guided modes.

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