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Nanocrystals of group II-VI semiconductors, known as quantum dots (QDs), in which electrons and holes are three dimensionally confined within the exciton Bohr radius of the material, are characterized by the exceptional optical properties, such as broad absorption and sharp emission bands as well as size-tunable photoluminescence in the visible spectral(More)
Technical and economical aspects of application of solar electric systems in city transport are discussed, with the possible use of Sun tracking; the effect of the latter on the solar energy conversion efficiency is analyzed in application to stationary and moving platforms with photovoltaic solar panels. The option of using grid-connected solar panels is(More)
Cylindrical nanostructures, namely, nanowires and pores, with rectangular and circular cross section are examined using mirror boundary conditions to solve the Schrödinger equation, within the effective mass approximation. The boundary conditions are stated as magnitude equivalence of electron's Ψ function in an arbitrary point inside a three-dimensional(More)
This paper is dedicated to study the thin polycrystalline films of semiconductor chalcogenide materials (CdS, CdSe, and PbS) obtained by ammonia-free chemical bath deposition. The obtained material is of polycrystalline nature with crystallite of a size that, from a general point of view, should not result in any noticeable quantum confinement.(More)
A new method was proposed of two-dimensional representation of phase portraits for investigations of dynamics of non-linear systems. The method was successfully applied to the system of non-equilibrium carriers in semiconductor under photo-induced Gunn effect and can be recommended to express-study of evolution processes in other self-organizing systems, as(More)
We report the results on infrared transmission measurements of non-doped and tellurium-doped crystals of zinc selenide grown from the melt. It was found that non-doped samples feature high transmission (50%-60%) for the wavelengths of 1-22 μm. The efficient scintillating crystals of ZnSe(Te) are almost opaque for λ>7  μm. Doping these samples with ytterbium(More)
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