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Optically Active Transition Metal Defects in Silicon

  • Maria Celeste do Carmo, M.H. Nazaré, M.F. Thomaz, Irene Càlo, Fàtãma Cerqueira (a1) and G. Davies (a2)...

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Transition metals in silicon produce a number of photoluminescence bands.

In this paper we discuss and compare the electronic and vibronic properties of luminescence bands commonly related to iron, niquel, copper and gold impurities.

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Optically Active Transition Metal Defects in Silicon

  • Maria Celeste do Carmo, M.H. Nazaré, M.F. Thomaz, Irene Càlo, Fàtãma Cerqueira (a1) and G. Davies (a2)...

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