Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices

Publisher: M[cGr]aw-H[ill] Ed[uca]tion; 3rd edition 2006 | 888 Pages | ISBN: 0072957913 | PDF | 114 MB

The third edition includes new topics and extended sections, such as diffusion, conduction in thin films, interconnects in microelectronics, electromigration, Stefan's radiation law, field emission from carbon nanotubes, piezoresistivity, amorphous semiconductors, solar cells, LEDs, Debye relaxation, giant magnetoresistance, magnetic data storage, Reststrahlen absorption, luminescence and white LEDs, and X-ray diffraction (Appendix). It also has a large number of new worked examples, numerous new homework problems, and many new illustrations and photographs. This text is one of the few books in the market that has the broad coverage of electronic materials and devices that today's scientists and engineers need.


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