Effect of heating nonlinearity on propagation of high-frequency surface waves at the semiconductor-metal interface
Azarenkov, V.A. & Ostrikov, K. (1994) Effect of heating nonlinearity on propagation of high-frequency surface waves at the semiconductor-metal interface. Radiotekhnika i Elektronika, 39(4), pp. 688-693.
In approximation of weak heating influence of electron heating in the high-frequency surface wave field on propagation of surface wave (heating nonlinearity) is considered. It is shown that high-frequency surface wave propagates in direction perpendicular to the external magnetic field at the semiconductor-metal interface. A nonlinear dispersion equation is obtained and studied that allows to make conclusions about the contribution of heating nonlinearity to nonlinear process of considered interaction.
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