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THERMOELECTRIC CONVERTORS AND INJECTION LASERS ON THE BASE OF MICROWIRES IV-VI AND V-VI
D. F. Meglei, I. K. Yurchyshyn*, V. Yu. Potyak, B. P. Kliuchevskyi,
V. V. Skrypnyk and Petriichuk V. V.
Owning to the miniaturization of solid state electronic devices, the problem of studying the physical and physicochemical processes in low-dimensional condensed systems, in addition to scientific interest, is of particular practical significance. In theoretical terms, this is due to the fact that a one-dimensional model has simpler solutions; in the experimental aspect, this is the possibility to obtain highly perfect single crystals, in which size effects are more severe than, for example, in thin layers, due to two-dimensional limitations. In practical terms, these systems can be used in all modern fields of solid state Electronics, because these materials make it possible to solve some Problems in instrument engineering related to miniaturization, the increase in accuracy and stability, and the expansion of range of allowed climatic and mechanical effects.[Full Text Article]