Figures and Tables
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thermal wave inverse problem @continuous kernel given in Section III B 1,
Eqs. ~65!–~66!#. The index i increments source depth x0 as per x05iDx,
with Dx54 mm, a medium of assumed diffusivity a, of 1.0 m
31027 m2/s and observation at x54 mm just inside the sample surface.
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TABLE I. The properties of common semiconductor materials. H in 6H-SiC denotes hexagonal, C in 3C denotes cubic. Z. Chen and V.G. Harris, J. Appl. Phys. 112, 081101 (2012); doi: 10.1063/1.4739219