|Apr19-09, 05:04 PM||#1|
Laser question (non-molecular, bi-molecular and auger recombination)
what do we mean by ...
1. non molecular recombination
2. bi-molecular recombination and
3. auger recombination
please reply if u have the ans.
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|May22-09, 02:41 AM||#2|
I'm thinking that this refers to a semiconductor laser... Non-molecular recombination would be an electron recombining at some impurity (non-radiative recombination). Bi-molecular is a 2-body process (electron recombining with a hole to give out a photon - radiative recombination). Auger is a 3-body process and is also non-radiative. Hope this helps.
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