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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Quantum Size Effects And Localization Lengths In Disordered Heterostructures
Author: Rey-Gonzalez R.
Schulz P.A.
Abstract: Many bulk polymers are semiconductors having tunable electronic properties as a function of composition. This variation in composition induces disorder. One of the main interests in these materials is the fact that the disorder showing correlations leads to the appearance of mobility edges in the density of states. In this work we explore this correlated disorder effects to build a one-dimensional model for heterostructures where quantum size effects are investigated when mobility edges are inherently included. Although heuristic, such a model represents an important step in understanding quantum well structures based on amorphous semiconductors or the recently proposed polymer based structures.
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Date Issue: 1996
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