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Surface Structure Dependent Growth of InAs/InAlAs Quantum Wires on InP(100).
Results are often developed in parallel first for bulk material, and then for quasi-two-dimensional quantum wells and for quasi-one-dimensional quantum wires.
Two dimension quantum wells (confined in one dimension) (3) and one dimension quantum wires (4-6) (confinement in two dimensions) also exhibit quantum size effect, each with its own ramifications.
Discussion begins with the basis for understanding the basic properties of semiconductors and gradually evolves to cover quantum structures- including single, multiple, and quantum wells and the properties of nanomaterial systems, such as quantum wires and dots.
It also explores new fields of research that include surface plasmonics and micro-ring resonators and the theory of optical gain and absorption in quantum dots and quantum wires and their uses in semiconductor lasers.