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These sections, althoughimportant to the development of semiconductor device physics, can he postponed to a later time.

As with most textbooks, there is more material than can devicss conveniently covered in one semester; this allows each instructor some flexibility in designing the course to hislher own specific needs. Chapters4 through6 cover the semiconductorlnaterial physics.

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A few other special topics may be briefly considered near the end of the semester. However, the text is not an encyclopedia. Chapter4 presents the physics of the semiconductor in thermal equilibrium; Chapter 5 treats the transport phenomena of the charge carriers in a semiconductor. Chapters 2 and 3 introduce quantum mechanics and the quantum theory of solids, which together provide xevices necessary basic physics. The second method of presentation listed, called the nonclassical approach, dis- cusses the MOS transistor before the bipolar transistor.


This hook is intended devies an introduction to the subject.

Chapter4 presents the physics of the semiconductor in thermal equilibrium; Dd.a.neamen 5 treats the transport. Understanding the behavior of ex- cess carriers in a semiconductor is vital to the goal of understanding the device physics.

The emphasis on the un- derlying physics will also be a benefit in understanding and perhaps in developing new semiconductor devices. The reader must keep in mind that, although some sections may be skipped without loss of continuity, many instructors will choose to cover these topics. The words you revices searching are inside this book.

The prerequisites for un- d.a.nexmen the material are college mathematics. Although this coverage is more ex- tensive, the author has found that once the basic introductory and material physics have been thoroughly covered.

This book cannot be re-exported from the country to which it is sold by McGraw-Hill. I Probability Function 6.

Chapter 5: Bipolar Junction Transistors

The International Edition is not available in North America. This book is printed on acid-free paper. Includes bibliographical references and index. He has published many papers and phusics the author of Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, 2nd edition. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.


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Semiconductor Physics And Devices – Donald Neamen

Those questions remaining unanswered at the end of the course, the reader is cncouraged to keep “in a desk drawer. The fact that sec- tions are marked with an asterisk does not minimize the importance of these subjects. He is still a part-time instructor in the department. John Wannemacher Project manager: The remaining topics must be left for a second- semester course or for further study by the reader.

The first case, called the clas- sical approach, covers the bipolar transistor before the MOS transistor. Two poshible orders of presentation are discussed later in a sepa- rate section in this preface. Rokusek Design Cover image: Jones Senior developmental editor: You can publish your book online for free in a few minutes!

The material in the text has been used extensively in a course that is required for junior-level electrical engineering students at the University of New Mexico.