By Peter Capper
Mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) is the 3rd such a lot well-regarded semiconductor after silicon and gallium arsenide and is the fabric of selection to be used in infrared sensing and imaging. this is because MCT might be ‘tuned’ to the specified IR wavelength through various the cadmium concentration.Mercury Cadmium Telluride: development, homes and purposes offers either an creation for newbies, and a finished evaluate of this interesting fabric. half One discusses the historical past and present prestige of either bulk and epitaxial progress options, half is worried with the big variety of houses of MCT, and half 3 covers a number of the machine varieties which have been built utilizing MCT. each one bankruptcy opens with a few ancient historical past and concept ahead of providing present examine. insurance includes:Bulk development and homes of MCT and CdZnTe for MCT epitaxial growthLiquid section epitaxy (LPE) growthMetal-organic vapour section epitaxy (MOVPE)Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE)Alternative substratesMechanical, thermal and optical homes of MCTDefects, diffusion, doping and annealingDry equipment processingPhotoconductive and photovoltaic detectorsAvalanche photodiode detectorsRoom-temperature IR detectors
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And Rogalski, A. (2007) High-Operating-Temperature Infrared Photodetectors, SPIE Press. A. (2007) Fundamentals of Infrared Detector Materials, SPIE Press.  Chu, J. and Sher, A. (2008) Physics and Properties of Narrow Gap Semiconductors, Springer. List of Contributors Adachi, S. Graduate School of Engineering, Gunma University, Kiryu-shi, Gunma, Japan Baker, I. M. SELEX Galileo Infrared Ltd, Southampton, UK Becker, C. R. , Microphysics Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA Berding, M.
However, B concentrations in the pBN-polycrystals are much higher than those in the quartz-polycrystals. For Li, Na, and Cu, the effective segregation is clearly seen toward the last-to-freeze ends of crystals in the quartz-polycrystals, as shown by Tower et al. . In CdZnTe crystals, it is well known that the common acceptor impurities are from group I (Li, Na, Cu) . 3. 1a, are dependent on the p-type impurity concentrations, such as Li and Na. Hence high-purity CdTe polycrystals are grown using pBN boats, instead of quartz boats.
Et al. (2001) J. Cryst. Growth, 224, 52. , Franc, J. et al. (1996) J. Cryst. Growth, 159, 1117. L. et al. (1996) Semicond. Sci. , 11, 1116. , Han, Q. et al. (2010) J. Cryst. Growth (in press). 2 Bulk Growth of CdZnTe/CdTe Crystals A. NODA, H. KURITA AND R. 1 INTRODUCTION CdZnTe crystals are widely used as substrates to grow epitaxial layers of mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) infrared (IR) detector arrays. Infrared imaging has evolved to become a useful technology in a variety of applications. These include night sights, ﬁre ﬁghting, search and rescue, industrial or building maintenance, medical imaging, and astronomy; and these applications require high-quality CdZnTe substrates.
Mercury Cadmium Telluride: Growth, Properties and Applications (Wiley Series in Materials for Electronic & Optoelectronic Applications) by Peter Capper