band gap

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band gap

[′band ‚gap]
(solid-state physics)
An energy difference between two allowed bands of electron energy in a metal.
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Silicon's low efficiency is partly due to its bandgap energy, which prevents it from efficiently converting higher-energy photons (e.
The wavelength corresponding to the bandgap energy of the catalysts was determined from Equation 3.
Such behavior can also be related to the bandgap energy of these catalysts.
Bandgap energy, maximum photons absorption wavelength and [Ph.
At room temperature, p-type TCOs either show high resistance or exhibit less optical bandgap energy.
The direct optical bandgap energy has been found using Tauc's formula [10] and as depicted in Figure 4.
Here, h refers to energy of incoming photon while optical bandgap energy is denoted by Eg whereas A denotes for some arbitrary constant.
The optical bandgap energy gas obtained by extrapolating the absorption edge line to the abscissa to the low energy.
3]N, its bandgap energy, and grain size of the films increase for sample prepared at sputtering power of 80 W with respect to that of 60 W.
Photoreflectance (PR) Spectroscopy was used to characterize the evolution of the GaInP bandgap energy, and also to determine the degree of disorder (n) in the GaInP epitaxial material.