Growth and temperature-dependent linear absorption of CdS microcrystallites in glass

V. C. Esch, A. Chavez-Pirson, G. Khitrova, S. Koch, Hyatt M. Gibbs, Li-Chi Liu, S. Risbud

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Abstract

The growth of cadmium sulfide microcrystallites in borosilicate glass has been studied to optimize absorption features indicative of quantum-confinement effects. A series of samples that contain microcrystallites with average radius of 12 angstrom up to bulklike structure has been produced. The absorption of these samples was examined as a function of temperature, yielding the same thermal red shift as found for the bandgap reduction in bulk CdS crystals. The temperature-dependent absorption spectra of samples showing good quantum-confinement optical properties are presented and discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages188-189
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 1989 Dec 1
EventQuantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference - Baltimore, MD, USA
Duration: 1989 Apr 241989 Apr 28

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OtherQuantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference
CityBaltimore, MD, USA
Period89-04-2489-04-28

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Quantum confinement
Cadmium sulfide
Glass
Borosilicate glass
Absorption spectra
Energy gap
Optical properties
Temperature
Crystals
Hot Temperature

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Esch, V. C., Chavez-Pirson, A., Khitrova, G., Koch, S., Gibbs, H. M., Liu, L-C., & Risbud, S. (1989). Growth and temperature-dependent linear absorption of CdS microcrystallites in glass. 188-189. Paper presented at Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA, .
Esch, V. C. ; Chavez-Pirson, A. ; Khitrova, G. ; Koch, S. ; Gibbs, Hyatt M. ; Liu, Li-Chi ; Risbud, S. / Growth and temperature-dependent linear absorption of CdS microcrystallites in glass. Paper presented at Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA, .2 p.
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Esch, VC, Chavez-Pirson, A, Khitrova, G, Koch, S, Gibbs, HM, Liu, L-C & Risbud, S 1989, 'Growth and temperature-dependent linear absorption of CdS microcrystallites in glass' Paper presented at Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA, 89-04-24 - 89-04-28, pp. 188-189.

Growth and temperature-dependent linear absorption of CdS microcrystallites in glass. / Esch, V. C.; Chavez-Pirson, A.; Khitrova, G.; Koch, S.; Gibbs, Hyatt M.; Liu, Li-Chi; Risbud, S.

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Esch VC, Chavez-Pirson A, Khitrova G, Koch S, Gibbs HM, Liu L-C et al. Growth and temperature-dependent linear absorption of CdS microcrystallites in glass. 1989. Paper presented at Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA, .