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Understanding semiconductor devices

Author: Sima Dimitrijev
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
Series: Oxford series in electrical and computer engineering.
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"Ideal for undergraduate and beginning graduate students in electrical engineering, Understanding Semiconductor Devices provides a solid grounding in both fundamental principles and practical skills. The text features intuitive explanations and a motivating "electronics-to-physics" approach that progresses from basic to more abstract concept. It includes intriguing and diverse problems, review questions, and worked  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sima Dimitrijev
ISBN: 019513186X 9780195131864
OCLC Number: 41476860
Description: xviii, 574 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Details: System requirements for computer optical disc: Windows 95 or better.
Contents: Pt. 1. The Fundamentals. 1. Resistors: Introduction to Semiconductors. 2. Capacitors: Reverse-Biased P-N Junction and MOS Structure. 3. Diodes: Forward-Biased P-N Junction and Metal-Semiconductor Contact. 4. Basics of Transistor Applications. 5. Mosfet. 6. Bjt --
Pt. 2. Advanced Topics. 7. Advanced and Specific IC Devices and Technologies. 8. Photonic Devices. 9. Microwave FETs and Diodes. 10. Power Devices. 11. Semiconductor Device Reliability. 12. Quantum Mechanics. App. A. Basic Integrated-Circuit Concepts and Economics --
App. B. Crystal Lattices, Planes, and Directions --
App. C. Hall Effect and Summary of Kinetic Phenomena --
App. D. Summary of Equations and Key Points --
App. E. Contents of Computer Exercises Manual.
Series Title: Oxford series in electrical and computer engineering.
Responsibility: by Sima Dimitrijev.
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"Ideal for undergraduate and beginning graduate students in electrical engineering, Understanding Semiconductor Devices provides a solid grounding in both fundamental principles and practical skills. The text features intuitive explanations and a motivating "electronics-to-physics" approach that progresses from basic to more abstract concept. It includes intriguing and diverse problems, review questions, and worked out examples."--BOOK JACKET.

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