Overlap integrals for Auger recombination in direct gap III-V semiconductors: ...
M G Burt and C Smith .... S. D. Smith et al 1984 Applied Physics Letters 45 652.
Sep 20, 1983 ... ... interested in: Overlap integrals for Auger recombination in direct gap III-V
semiconductors: calculations for ... M G Burt, S Brand, C Smith et al.
I am involved in the Pierre Auger Observatory project. ... The Pierre Auger
Observatory and its science can be explored using 3D structures .... M.W.E. Smith
Jul 24, 2009 ... Abstract: The Pierre Auger Observatory is a hybrid detector for ultra-high energy
cosmic rays. It combines a surface array to measure secondary ...
This process is faster than Auger recombination and leads to the observation of
multiexcitonic energy transfer in these materials. ... Engel, G. S. et al. .... Kos, Š.,
Achermann, M., Klimov, V. & Smith, D. Different regimes of Förster-type energy ...
Samples were anodized at 7.1, 35.7 and 71.4 V to obtain oxide films which were
100, .... T. Smith/AES and ion sputter profiles of oxides on Al 185 A 6 8 SPUTTER
TIME (mm) Fig. 2. ..... Assumption 4: relation between S. and APPH Grant et al.
Auger MW, Treu T, Gavazzi R, Bolton AS, Koopmans LVE, Marshall PJ. 2010. Ap.
J. Let. ... Buat V, Noll S, Burgarella D, Giovannoli E, Charmandaris V, et al. 2012.
Astron. ..... Smith RJ, Lucey JR, Hudson MJ, Bridges TJ. 2009. MNRAS ...
Strickland-Constable, 1953; Smith et al., 1957), and NO2. (Arthur et al., 1956)
and .... using a Perkin-Elmer PHI 595 scanning Auger system which permitted ...
Feb 4, 2004 ... KCNQ2 is colocalized with Nav channels at nodes of Ranvier (C), whereas
KCNQ3 .... 3C), a marker of nodal astrocytic processes (ffrench-Constant et al.,
1986; ..... (Cooper et al., 2001; Pan et al., 2001; Smith et al., 2001), we cannot
evaluate ... aspect of motor axons (Auger et al., 1984; Dedek et al., 2001).
Jun 25, 2012 ... (2005) on the K-shell photoabsorption of O ions; Palmeri et al. (2008a) on ....
2000; Smith et al. 1995). ..... AUTOSTRUCTURE failed to calculate the Auger
rates in V ii, Cr ii and Mn ii due to the memory limits of our computer.