HIGH SPEED SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS

HIGH SPEED SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS

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Solid state physics is a sub-genre of condensed matter physics. Some learners consider it a very boring and tedious subject in Physics and even some call it a a€œsqualid statea€. Once it is properly introduced, solid state physics can be a very favorite subject of all in physics because it is full of variety, excitement and deep ideas. In fact, condensed matter physics is by far the largest single sub-field of physics. In fact, new condensed matter areas now under investigations include high speed semiconductor physics on which this book attempts to discuss. It has proved to be extremely important in technology in that it is based on very fast performing electronic device including photonics and device physics in high speed electronic gadgets, superconductivity and point-group symmetries for high speed processing devices. Topics covered in this book are built in standard solid state physics references available in most online libraries or in other books. Studies on the complexity high speed semiconductor physics arose from condensed solid state matter. We believe that the content covered in this book gives a deep coverage in some topics or sections and gloss coverage on others. These topics are likely to differ a great deal from what is deemed important elsewhere in other books or literature. We know that there are many extremely good books on solid-state physics and condensed matter physics but very few books are restricted to high speed semiconductor physic though there are many good resources online as listed on the Acknowledgement of this book and believe they greatly contributed to make this book a success. Chapter one covers the general semiconductor qualities that make high speed semiconductor devices effect and includes the theory of crystals, diffusion and its mechanisms, while chapter two covers solid state materials, material processing for high speed semiconductor devices and an introduction to quantum theory for materials in relation to density of states of the radiation for a black body and its radiation properties. Chapter three discuss high speed semiconductor energy band theory, energy bands in general solid semiconductor materials, the Debye model, the Einstein model the Debye model and semiconductor transport carriers in 3D semiconductors while chapter four discuss effect of external force on current flow based on the concept of holes valence band, and lattice scattering in high speed devices and many more in the proceeding chapters.It ca an then be o obtained tha at the majori ity carrier g given as; Wh hile those of f hole carrier rs be given as; and EFp) ... and In o our earlier ex xpression, t taking I¾ = I” I”Iˆ, the elec ctron diffuse e or carrier current Jn w will be g given by; Subanbsp;...


Title:HIGH SPEED SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS
Author: Cliff Orori Mosiori
Publisher:Anchor Academic Publishing (aap_verlag) - 2015-05-26
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