Semiconductors: Bonds and bands

Semiconductors: Bonds and bands

IOP Publishing | Electromagnetism | Sept. 19 2013 | ISBN-10: 0750310456 | 270 Pages | epub | 4.14 mb

by David K Ferry (Author)
As we settle into this second decade of the twenty-first century, it is evident that the advances in micro-electronics have truly revolutionized our day-to-day lifestyle.

The technology is built upon semiconductors, materials in which the band gap has been engineered for special values suitable to the particular application. This book, written specifically for a one semester course for graduate students, provides a thorough understanding of the key solid state physics of semiconductors. It describes how quantum mechanics gives semiconductors unique properties that enabled the micro-electronics revolution, and sustain the ever-growing importance of this revolution


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