Process Technology for SIC Devices

Process Technology for SIC Devices

2002 | 200 Pages | ISBN: 0852969988 | PDF | 11.5 MB


Silicon carbide (SiC) is a wide bandgap semiconductor whose properties make it suitable for for devices and integrated circuits operating at high voltage, high frequency and high temperature. The second book in the EMIS Processing series explains why SiC is so useful in electronics, gives clear guidance on the various processing steps (growth, doping, etching, contact formation, dielectrics, etc.) and describes how these are integrated in device manufacture. The book should serve as an advanced tutorial and reference for those involved in applying the very latest technology emerging from university and commercial laboratories around the world.
Also available:
Silicon Wafer Bonding Technology for VLSI and MEMS Applications - ISBN 9780852960394
SIMOX - ISBN 9780863413346
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