Programs in Physics & Physical Chemistry
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|Manuscript Title: PARPLE: Detailed automatized and parallel evaluation of luminescence mappings|
|Authors: Hendrik Sträter|
|Program title: PARPLE|
|Catalogue identifier: AEWJ_v1_0|
Distribution format: tar.gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 193(2015)131|
|Programming language: C.|
|Computer: Any computer running a GCC compiler.|
|Operating system: Linux, Mac OS X, Windows (+Cygwin).|
|RAM: Several ten - several hundred MB depending on number of recorded PL spectra.|
|Keywords: Luminescence mappings, Thin film semiconductor, Lateral fluctuation, Opto-electronic properties, Splitting of quasi-Fermi levels, Evaluation software.|
External routines: GNU Scientific Library, libpng, GNU OpenMP
Nature of problem:
Evaluation of PL spectra and extraction of opto-electronic properties including integrated PL yield, splitting of quasi-Fermi levels and optical band gap. The spectral shift of the PL spectra is covered by use of an adaptive fit procedure.
Adaptive linear fit of the high energy slope.
For a full analysis, the PL spectra must satisfy the requirements of Planck's generalized law regarding the steady-state condition, the absorption of high-energy photons and that the relaxation time is fast then the recombination time. The experimental setup must be spectrally calibrated.
Adaptive linear fit, implemented parallelization.
A few seconds - a few minutes
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