THEORY OF CHARGE TRANSPORT IN A SYSTEM OF PARTLY DISSOCIATED EXCITONS AND IMPURITY ATOMS.

Z. A. Insepov, G. E. Norman, L. Yu Shchurova

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An analysis is made of the collisions of electrons and holes with impurity atoms and excitons. Approximate formulas are given for the description of the contribution of these processes to the conductivity and collision frequency. A comparison is made with the experimental data for germanium at helium temperatures. The influence of the anisotropy and the role of the nonadditivity of the scattering mechanisms are examined. It is shown that the interaction of charges with excitons may increase the equilibrium free-charge density and thus influence the conductivity.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)856-859
Number of pages4
JournalSoviet physics. Semiconductors
Volume13
Issue number8 ARug
Publication statusPublished - 1979
Externally publishedYes

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Excitons
Charge transfer
excitons
Impurities
Germanium
impurities
Atoms
conductivity
Helium
collisions
Charge density
atoms
germanium
Anisotropy
helium
Scattering
anisotropy
Electrons
scattering
electrons

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THEORY OF CHARGE TRANSPORT IN A SYSTEM OF PARTLY DISSOCIATED EXCITONS AND IMPURITY ATOMS. / Insepov, Z. A.; Norman, G. E.; Shchurova, L. Yu.

In: Soviet physics. Semiconductors, Vol. 13, No. 8 ARug, 1979, p. 856-859.

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