05012nmm a2200469 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100003400139245015500173246007600328250001700404260004200421300002700463505015900490505095800649505085601607653003202463653004302495653002902538653001702567653001402584653002402598653001402622653001102636653001402647653004702661653002002708653001502728653002102743653002402764700004202788710003402830041001902864989003802883490003602921856007202957082001103029520150203040EB000629330EBX0100000000000000048241200000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97814684573391 aBeaumont, Steven P.e[editor]00aScience and Engineering of One- and Zero-Dimensional SemiconductorshElektronische Ressourcecedited by Steven P. Beaumont, Clivia M. Sotomayor Torres31aProceedings of a NATO ARW, held in Cadiz, Spain, March 29-April 1, 1989 a1st ed. 1990 aNew York, NYbSpringer USc1990, 1990 a350 pbonline resource0 a2-Dimensional Systems -- Excitons in Low Dimensional Semiconductors -- Resonant Transverse Magnetotunneling through Double Barrier Systems -- Author Index0 aFabrication of 1- and 0-D Structures -- Fabrication of Buried GaInAs/Inp Quantum Wires by One-Step MOVPE Growth -- Dry Etching Damage in Nanostructures -- Fabrication and Quantum Properties of 1D and 0D Nanostructures in III–V Semiconductors -- 2: Transport in 1- and 0-D Structures -- Ballistic Electron Transport in a Gated Constriction -- Quantum-State Spectroscopy in Quantum Wires and Quantum Dots -- Electronic Properties of Quantum Dots and Modulated Quantum Wires -- Conduction in n+-GaAs Wires -- One Dimensional Electron Transport in Edge-Channels Studied with Quantum Point Contacts -- Electron Waveguide Junctions:Scattering from a Microfabrication-imposed Potential -- Some Ad-Hoc Methods for Introducing Dissipation to the Schrodinger Equation -- Transport in Electron Waveguides: Non-Linearities and Gated Rings -- Theory of Ballistic Quantum Transport through 1D Constriction -- Bound and Resonant States in Quantum Wire Structures -- 0 aBend Resistances and Quenching of the Hall Resistance -- Electronic Properties of Doping Quantum Wires -- Quantum Dot Resonant Tunneling Spectroscopy -- Frequency-Dependent Transport in Quantum Wires -- Transport through Zero-Dimensional States in a Quantum Dot -- 3: Periodic 1- and 0-D Structures -- Lateral Surface Superlattices and Quasi one Dimensional Structures in GaAs -- Magnetotransport and Infrared Resonances in Laterally Periodic Nanostructures -- Emission Processes in Quantum Structures -- Magnetoresistance and Magnetocapacitance in a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas in the Presence of A One-Dimensional Superlattice Potential -- Theory of Groundstate and Transport Properties of a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas in the presence a Unidirectional Periodic Modulation and a Magnetic Field -- 4: Optical Properties of 1- and 1-D Structures -- aSpectroscopy and Microscopy aCrystallography and Scattering Methods aCondensed Matter Physics aSpectroscopy aAcoustics aSolid State Physics aPhotonics aLasers aAcoustics aOptics, Lasers, Photonics, Optical Devices aCrystallography aMicroscopy aCondensed matter aSolid state physics1 aSotomayor Torres, Clivia M.e[editor]2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -20040 aNato Science Series B:, Physics uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-5733-9?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a621.36 aThis volume comprises the proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on the Science and Engineering of 1- and O-dimensional semiconductors held at the University of Cadiz from 29th March to 1st April 1989, under the auspices of the NATO International Scientific Exchange Program. There is a wealth of scientific activity on the properties of two-dimensional semiconductors arising largely from the ease with which such structures can now be grown by precision epitaxy techniques or created by inversion at the silicon-silicon dioxide interface. Only recently, however, has there burgeoned an interest in the properties of structures in which carriers are further confined with only one or, in the extreme, zero degrees of freedom. This workshop was one of the first meetings to concentrate almost exclusively on this subject: that the attendance of some forty researchers only represented the community of researchers in the field testifies to its rapid expansion, which has arisen from the increasing availability of technologies for fabricating structures with small enough (sub - O. I/tm) dimensions. Part I of this volume is a short section on important topics in nanofabrication. It should not be assumed from the brevity of this section that there is little new to be said on this issue: rather that to have done justice to it would have diverted attention from the main purpose of the meeting which was to highlight experimental and theoretical research on the structures themselves