2 edition of Meyer-Neldel rule. found in the catalog.
David Gerran Thomas
Thesis (M. Phil.) - New University of Ulster, 1975.
This is called Meyer- Neldel rule. This rule is generally verified by selecting different compositions of different ∆E in a given class of materials. This opens a possibility of change in various other physical properties apart from ∆E. In the present paper, we report on the observation of Meyer- Neldel rule where ∆E is varied by varying. The working groups found that the motion of all observed ions, despite their different properties (such as positive or negative charge), follows a common transport mechanism and also allows the assignment of defects and ions. This is known as the Meyer-Neldel rule. Analysis of the Meyer-Neldel Rule Based on a Temperature-Dependent Model for Thin-Film Transistors Abstract: Based on the Pao-Sah model and considering the double exponential distribution of traps density of states (DOS) in the bandgap, a unified drain current model .
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Books Topics. All books. Materials Science Building Materials General Engineering Mechanical Engineering Bioscience and Medicine Manufacturing Electronics. A Meyer–Neldel rule (MNR)-type relationship is found to exist between the slope (activation energy) and the intercept (prefactor), in the Meyer-Neldel rule.
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We report that the thermally activated conductivity in several fullerene systems obeys the Meyer–Nelder (MN) rule, σ=σ 00 e ΔE/kT 0 e −ΔE/kT. We found that the MN conductivity σ 00 and the characteristic energy kT 0 have a strong correlation, which is in good agreement with the prediction of the model proposed by Crandall [R.
Crandall, Phys. Rev. B 43, ()] and Chen [Y. Buy The Meyer-Neldel Rule by Fisher, David J. online on at best prices. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible : Paperback. The Meyer–Neldel rule in fullerenes J.
Wang and Y. Chen Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. Examples of the Meyer-Neldel Rule * Here the MNR is called the Compensation Effect. Stallinga, TPE04 Rudolstadt Sept Examples of the Meyer-Neldel Rule Processes current diffusion* ionic currents Parameter gas concentration pressure electrical bias Devices/materials α-Si organic ½cons gas detectors High-Tc supercons glasses.
The Meyer-Neldel rule for conduction processes states that the activation energy for conduction can depend on various parameters ranging from the (partial) pressure to the bias. This text includes papers which discuss the statistical shift model for the Meyer-Neldel rule, and its relationship to the kinetic properties of grain and interphase boundaries.
Other papers consider the incidence of the rule in the hopping mobility of amorphous polymeric materials. 1. Introduction. It is well known, that many activated processes in amorphous semiconductors in general, and in hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H) in particular, exhibit the Meyer–Neldel rule (MNR).This rule relates the activation energy of the process with its prefactor through the equation: (1) ln σ 0 = ln B MNR + E a E MNR, where E a and σ 0 are the apparent values of the.
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Buy The Meyer-Neldel Rule at Mighty Ape Australia. The phenomenon of Meyer-Neldel rule (also known as the Compensation Effect) can occur in any situation which. Evidence of the Meyer-Neldel rule in InGaAsN alloys [electronic resource]: consequences for photovoltaic materials: preprint / S.W.
Johnston and R.S. Crandall National Renewable Energy Laboratory Golden, Colo Australian/Harvard Citation. Johnston, Steven Wade. & Crandall, R. & National Renewable Energy Laboratory (U.S.).
Seventy years ago Meyer and Neldel investigated four polycrystalline n-type conducting ZnO rods [W. Meyer and H.
Neldel, Z. Tech. Phys. (Leipzig) 12, ()]. The specific conductivity increase. Buy The Meyer-Neldel Rule at Mighty Ape NZ. The phenomenon of Meyer-Neldel rule (also known as the Compensation Effect) can occur in any situation which involves an activated process. However, t. Transport and Meyer-Neldel rule in microcrystalline silicon films.
In R. Collins (Ed.), Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Silicon Science and Technology Symposium March April 1,San Francisco, California, U.S.A. (pp. (Materials Research Society symposium proceedings; Vol.
Materials Research Society. The Meyer–Neldel rule (MNR) has been observed in recent calculations of the electrical conductivity of hydrogenated amorphous silicon. To elucidate the origin of this effect, we have performed. The Resource Evidence of the Meyer-Neldel rule in InGaAsN alloys: consequences for photovoltaic materials: preprint, S.W.
Johnston and R.S. Crandall. Search the information of the editorial board members by name. Meyer-Neldel Rule in Plasma Polythiophene Thin Films. Cuauhtemoc Palacios, M. Guadalupe Olayo, Guillermo J. Cruz, J. Chávez-Carvayar.
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Cuauhtemoc Palacios, M. Guadalupe Olayo, Guillermo J. Cruz, J. Chávez-Carvayar. Open Journal of Polymer Chemistry Vol.4 No.3，August 6, DOI: /ojpchem 3, Downloads 3, Views Citations. Meyer--Neldel rule in solar cells.
Full Record; Other Related Research; Abstract. The temperature dependence of the reverse saturation current of a wide variety of solar cells has been examined and the results indicate an interdependence of the activation energy and the pre-exponential factor.
This is, in fact, an example of the Meyer--Neldel. The item Evidence of the Meyer-Neldel rule in InGaAsN alloys: consequences for photovoltaic materials: preprint, S.W.
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A theoretical model is established to describe the emergence of the Meyer–Neldel rule (MNR) based on trap-limited current (TLC) theory.
The model produces both MNR and anti-MNR. The fact that the Meyer--Neldel rule is obeyed in many liquid semiconductors has led to the examination of its origin.
An explanation based on a statistical shift of the Fermi energy with temperature is shown to be unrealistic. Multiphonon hopping is suggested as an explanation of the temperature. International Journal of Applied Glass Science, v.
1, no. 2 (June ), pp. ill. booktitle = "The Meyer-Neldel Rule", Goldie, DMAn Evaluation of Meyer-Neldel Behaviour for Hopping Mobilities in Amorphous Polymeric Materials.
in DJ Fisher (ed.), The Meyer-Neldel Rule. vol.Defect and Diffusion forum, Scitec, pp. The Meyer–Neldel rule for a property determined by two transport mechanisms. Journal Of Applied Physics, 91(10), This Article is brought to you for free and open access.
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The Meyer-Neldel Rule (Paperback) / Editor: David J. Fisher ; ; Industrial chemistry, Industrial chemistry & manufacturing technologies, Professional & Technical, Books. Meyer–Neldel rule Polaron Chemical bath abstract A study of electrical transport in CdS thin ﬁlms is reported. We have observed, for the ﬁrst time, that CdS thin ﬁlm conductivity obeys the Meyer–Neldel rule (MNR).
This was deduced from linking the conductivity pre-exponential factor to the activation energy variation. Many activated phenomena, including solid state diffusion in crystals and polymers, dielectric relaxation, conduction and thermally stimulated processes in polymers, and electronic conduction in amorphous semiconductors obey the compensation law or Meyer–Neldel the present paper, we report the compensation effect in the isothermal crystallization in glassy Se 70 Te ‘Meyer-Neldel Rule’: True History of its Development and its Intimate Connection to Classical Thermodynamics.
Record Details Catalog Search.1 Meyer Neldel rule application to silicon supersaturated with transition metals Eric García-Hemme1,2, Rodrigo García-Hernansanz1,2, Javier Olea2,3, David Pastor,1,2,4, Alvaro del Prado1,2, Ignacio Mártil1,2 and Germán González-Díaz1,2 * 1Dept.
de Física Aplicada III (Electricidad y Electrónica), Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.