Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter
Volume 41A2α 2002

Semiconductors · Impurities and Defects in Group IV Elements, IV-IV and III-V Compounds. Part a: Group IV Elements

Editors: O. Madelung, U. Rössler, M. Schulz
ISBN: 978-3-540-67979-0 (Print) 978-3-540-31357-1 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b71128

Table of contents (170 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    Impurities and Defects in Group IV Elements, IV-IV and III-V Compounds. Part a: Group IV Elements · Introduction

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    Trends of impurity and defect properties, part A

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    Trends of impurity and defect properties, part B

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    Trends of impurity and defect properties, part C

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    Measurement methods, part A

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    Measurement methods, part B

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    Measurement methods, part C

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    Measurement methods, part D

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    Measurement methods, part E

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    Measurement methods, part F

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    Measurement methods, part G

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    Measurement methods, part H

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    Measurement methods, part I

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    Measurement methods, part J

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    Measurement methods, part K

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    Symbols, abbreviations, conversion lists

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    Diamond(C), impurities and defects, general characterization

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    Diamond(C), classification of diamond material by the nitrogen impurity properties

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    Diamond(C), binding energies of impurity levels

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    Diamond(C), nomenclature of defects

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    Diamond(C), data for defects

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    Diamond(C), paramagnetic centers, basic concepts

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra A1 – A11

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra AB1 – AB7

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra Boron, E1, G1, KUL1-7, KY1

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra L1, ME1, N1-7

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra NE1-9

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra NIRIM 1 – NIRIM 8

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra NL1, NOC1-4, NOL, O1-4

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra OK1, P1-2, PA1

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra R1 – R18

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra RM1, RO1, S1-4, TL1

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    Diamond(C), EPR spectra W1 – W44

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    Diamond(C), further EPR spectra: Mu, Mu*, ?, V0 and others

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    Diamond(C), g-values and linewidths of paramagnetic centers in CVD diamond

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    Silicon, solubility, segregation and distribution coefficients of impurities and defects, general

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group IA

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group IIA

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group IIIB including rare earth elements

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group IVB

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VB

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIB

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIIB

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIII (iron group)

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIII (cobalt group)

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIII (nickel group)

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group IB

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group IIB

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIII (group IIIA)

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities and native point defects: group IVA

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VA

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIA

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    Silicon, solubility data of impurities: group VIIIA

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    Silicon, distribution coefficients at the melting point

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    Silicon, ionization energies of impurity levels, general

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: A-center – As4-Vac

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Au – Au-Vac

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: B – B-Zn

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Be – Ce

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Co – Cr-Zn

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Cu – Fe-Zn

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    Silicon (Si), ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Ga – Ge

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: H – Hf

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Hg – Mg

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Mn – Ni

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: O – Pd-H

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Pt – S-Vac

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Sb – Te-Se

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    Silicon, ionization energies and structural information on impurities: Th – Zr

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    Silicon, ionization energies: pressure coefficients of impurity levels

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    Silicon, capture coefficients and cross-sections of impurity levels, general

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    Silicon, capture coefficients and capture cross-sections for impurities and defects

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    Silicon, photoionization cross-sections of impurity levels

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    Silicon, excited bound states of acceptors and donors: acceptors of group III impurities, general

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    Silicon, excited bound states of acceptors and donors: group III acceptors and acceptor-X centers

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    Silicon, binding energies of even parity excited states of acceptors

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    Silicon, excited bound states of acceptors and donors: acceptors incorporating group II impurities

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    Silicon, excited bound states of acceptors and donors: donors of group V impurities and Li, general

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    Silicon, excited bound states of acceptors and donors: group V donors, Lii related donors, and Mgi

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    Silicon, binding energies of even parity excited states of donors

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    Silicon, excited bound states of acceptors and donors: donors of group VI impurities, general

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    Silicon, binding energies of ground and selected excited states of S-, Se-, and Te-related centers

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    Silicon, excited bound states of thermal donors (TDs): Oxygen-related defects, general

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    Silicon, binding energies Ei and IR absorption line energies of neutral thermal donors (TD0)

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    Silicon, binding energies Ei and IR absorption line energies of singly ionized thermal donors (TD+)

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    Silicon, excited bound states of shallow thermal donors (STDs)

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    Silicon, excited bound states of very shallow centers and deep transition metal defects

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    Silicon, excited bound states: acceptors of group II impurities

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    Silicon, excited bound states: pseudo-donors or pseudo-acceptors

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    Silicon, photoluminescence properties of impurities and defects, general remarks

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    Silicon, photoluminescence properties of excitons bound to neutral acceptors or donors

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    Silicon, photoluminescence data for bound excitons

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    Silicon, excitonic luminescence due to defects, mechanisms

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    Silicon, photoluminescence data on defect spectra

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    Silicon, photoluminescence data: supplementary data on optical defects

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    Silicon, photoluminescence data: hydrogen-related optical defects

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    Silicon, photoluminescence data: Er3+-related luminescence in silicon

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    Silicon, photoluminescence spectroscopy using radioactive isotopes

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    Silicon, further remarks to photoluminescence defect spectra

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers, general remarks

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: summary of crystallographic systems and pointgroups

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values and directions of the g-tensor

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: symmetry-imposed constraints on the elements of the Cartesian g-tensor

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: effective g-values

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: degeneracies of the elements of the g-tensor

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: number of resonances

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values and orientations of g-tensors of triclinic centers

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values and orientations of g-tensors of monoclinic-I centers

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values and orientations of g-tensors of monoclinic-II centers

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values of g-tensors of orthorhombic-I centers

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    Silicon, paramangetic centers: principal values of g-tensors of orthorhombic-II centers

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values of g-tensors of tetragonal centers

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values of g-tensors of trigonal centers

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    Silicon, paramagnetic centers: principal values of g-tensors of cubic centers

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    Silicon, vibrational modes of substitutional impurities

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    Silicon, vibrational modes of substitutional impurity complexes

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    Silicon, vibrational modes of oxygen in Si

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    Silicon, vibrational modes: fine structure due to silicon isotopes on 16O(i) absorption

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    Silicon, vibrational modes: experimental parameters of the Oi modes

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    Silicon, vibrational modes of interstitial impurity complexes

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    Silicon, vibrational modes due to irradiation defects, general

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    Silicon, vibrational modes: hydrogen atoms and molecules

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    Silicon, vibrational modes: hydrogen complexes with donor and acceptor dopants

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    Silicon, vibrational modes due to hydrogen paired with metallic impurities

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    Silicon, vibrational modes of hydrogen bonded to radiation damage defects

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    Silicon, vibrational modes:defect concentrations derived from the strengths of local absorption lines

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    Silicon, properties of oxygen-related defects and microdefects, classification of defects

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    Silicon, point defects: vacancies and interstitials

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    Silicon, point defects: equilibrium concentration and diffusivity for vacancies and interstitials

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    Silicon, point defects: atomic size effects of impurities

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    Silicon, point defects: solubility of impurities

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    Silicon, point defects: diffusivity of impurities

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    Silicon, point defects: oxidation effects

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    Silicon, point defects: carbon and oxygen

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    Silicon, point defects: other impurities

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    Silicon, aggregation phenomena

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    Silicon, precipitation

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    Silicon, microdefects: self-point microdefects (swirl defects)

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    Silicon, microdefects: oxygen-related microdefects

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    Silicon, microdefects not related to oxygen

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    Silicon, microdefects: oxidation-induced stacking faults

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    Silicon, microdefects: gettering and denuded zones

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    Germanium (Ge), solubility of impurities, general

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    Germanium (Ge), distribution coefficient of impurities, general

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    Germanium (Ge), solubility and segregation data of impurities: groups I–VIIIA

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    Germanium (Ge), solubility and segregation data of impurities: groups IB–VIIIB

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    Germanium (Ge), shallow donors binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), shallow donor transition energies

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    Germanium (Ge), donor excited state binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), valley-orbit splittings of ground states of shallow donors

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    Germanium (Ge), D- states binding energies Eb.

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    Germanium (Ge), ground state energies of group VI substitutional donors

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    Germanium (Ge), shallow acceptors binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), shallow single acceptor transition energies

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    Germanium (Ge), acceptor excited state binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), deep centers, general characterization

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    Germanium (Ge), neutral double acceptor binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), double acceptor ground state splitting

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    Germanium (Ge), singly ionized double acceptor binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), transition energies for neutral double acceptors

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    Germanium (Ge), positively charged multiple acceptor binding energies

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    Germanium (Ge), energy levels of group I substitutional triple acceptors and related complexes

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    Germanium (Ge), energy levels of transition metal impurities

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    Germanium (Ge), energy levels of defect centers

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    Germanium (Ge), capture cross-sections of impurities

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    Germanium (Ge), photoionization cross-sections of impurities

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    Germanium (Ge), deformation potentials of impurities

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    Germanium (Ge), luminescence of bound excitons

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    Germanium (Ge), electron paramagnetic resonance data

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    Germanium (Ge), energies of local vibrational modes