Fundamentals of Solid State Engineering [electronic resource] / by Manijeh Razeghi
- Razeghi, M.
- New York, NY : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2002.
- 1st ed. 2002.
- Physical Description:
- XXVI, 630 pages 172 illustrations : online resource
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- SpringerLink (Online service)
- Crystalline Properties of Solids -- Electronic Structure Of Atoms -- To Quantum Mechanics -- Electrons and Energy Band Structures in Crystals -- Low Dimensional Quantum Structures -- Phonons -- Thermal Properties of Crystals -- Equilibrium Charge Carrier Statistics in Semiconductors -- Non-equilibrium Electrical Properties of Semiconductors -- Semiconductor Junctions -- Compound Semiconductors and Crystal Growth Techniques -- Semiconductor Device Technology -- Semiconductor Device Processing -- Transistors -- Semiconductor Lasers -- Photodetectors.
- Fundamentals of Solid State Engineering is structured in two major parts. It first addresses the basic physics concepts, which are at the base of solid state matter in general and semiconductors in particular. The second part reviews the technology for modern Solid State Engineering. This includes a review of compound semiconductor bulk and epitaxial thin films growth techniques, followed by a description of current semiconductor device processing and nano-fabrication technologies. A few examples of semiconductor devices and a description of their theory of operational are then discussed, including transistors, semiconductor lasers, and photodetectors.
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