Semiconductor Devices: Basic Principles

Semiconductor Devices: Basic Principles
Publisher: Wiley | ISBN: 047136245X | edition 2000 | DJVU | 576 pages | 89,4 mb
From physical process to practical applications - Singh makes the complexities of modern semiconductor devices clear! The semiconductor devices that are driving today's information, technologies may seem remarkably complex, but they don't have to be impossible to understand. Filled with figures, flowcharts, and solved examples, Jasprit Singh's Semiconductor Devices provides an accessible, well-balanced introduction to semiconductor physics and its application to modern devices. Beginning with the physical process behind semiconductor devices, Singh clearly explains difficult topics, including bandstructure, effective masses, holes, doping, carrier transport, and lifetimes.

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