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By Boris V. Chirikov (auth.), W. Dieter Heiss (eds.)

Beforehand the $64000 inspiration of quantum chaos has remained a little bit ailing outlined. This quantity tackles the ever present borderline among classical and quantum mechanics, learning particularly the semiclassical restrict of chaotic structures. the consequences of illness from dynamics and their relation to stochastic structures, quantum coherence results in mesoscopic platforms, and the suitable theoretical techniques are fruitfully mixed during this quantity. the foremost paradigms of what's referred to as quantum chaos, random matrix concept and functions to condensed topic and nuclear physics are offered. specified discussions of experimental paintings with specific emphasis on atomic physics are incorporated. The booklet may be helpful for graduate-student seminars.

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The substrate is mounted on top and heated from the backside by an infrared heater. The molecular beams are evaporated from separate thermal sources (effusion cells for the dopants and germanium or carbon, electron beam evaporators for silicon and sometimes also for germanium). In situ monitoring is achieved by several methods, here a quadrupole mass spectrometer (QMS) for flux measurements is shown sources (Si, Ge and C) are the minimum source configuration with additional possibilities for other sources (metals, insulators, gases).

16) from a subsurface position to a surface (adatom) position. The driving force for this exchange stems from an energy gain when comparing the pair dopant atom/matrix adatom (initial state) with matrix atom/dopant adatom (final state). It is immediately clear, that a BCF-type of diffusion theory with its adatom capture at steps cannot describe a segregating dopant. 2 Segregation and Diffusion of Dopants and Alloy Materials 31 Fig. 16. The surface segregation of a dopant atom (grey) on a growing matrix surface.

13) with σ = FF0 − 1, cosh(u) = 12 [exp(u) + exp(−u)]. The adatom concentration has its maximum half way between two steps. The local concentration gradient drives a diffusion flux |S| which is highest at the steps. Fig. 15. Local concentration of adatoms on a step array. BCF-theory with the assumption of steps as perfect sinks for adatoms. The simple BCF-theory of step flow describes the homoepitaxial growth of MBE-silicon fairly well in the temperature regime between roughly 550 ◦ C and 900 ◦ C.

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