2 edition of Materials used in semiconductor devices found in the catalog.
Materials used in semiconductor devices
C. A. Hogarth
1965 by Interscience .
Written in English
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The lectures map onto the individual chapters in the book. The content is divided into three parts. Part I explains the basic physics behind semiconductor materials. Part II introduces electronic devices including optical devices.
Part III discusses current manufacturing processes in the semiconductor industry. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hogarth, C.A. (Cyril Alfred), Materials used in semiconductor devices. New York, Interscience Publishers [, ©]. Chapters discuss the basic structure and properties of 2D semiconductor materials, including both elemental (silicene, phosphorene) and compound semiconductors (transition metal dichalcogenide), the current growth and characterization methods of these 2D materials, state-of-the-art devices, and current and potential applications.
About the Book. The goal of this text, as its name implies, is to allow the reader Materials used in semiconductor devices book become proficient in the analysis and design of circuits utilizing discrete semiconductor devices. It progresses from basic diodes through bipolar and field effect transistors.
Semiconductor Materials presents physico-chemical, electronic, electrical, elastic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, and other properties of a vast group of elemental, binary, and ternary inorganic semiconductors Materials used in semiconductor devices book their solid solutions. It also discusses the properties of organic semiconductors.
Descriptions are given of the most commonly used semiconductor devices-charge-coupled devices /5(2). Transistors, diodes and integrated circuits can all be classified as semiconductor devices because they are made from semiconductor materials. Early types of transistors and diodes were made from Germanium (Ge), but Silicon (Si) is used today for the vast majority of devices.
The silicon (Si) is most widely used material in semiconductor devices. It’s having lower raw material cost and relatively simple process. Its useful temperature range makes it currently the best compromise among the various competing materials.
•Dimitrijev – Understanding Semiconductor Devices •Mayer and Lau – Electronic Materials Science •Colclaser and Diehl-Nagle – Materials and Devices for electrical engineers and physicists •Tipler – Physics for scientists and engineers V4.
•Schubert – Quantum Mechanics Applied to Semiconductor Devices. 99 rows Most commonly used semiconductor materials are crystalline inorganic solids. Engineering impurities in semiconducting materials allows the production of electronic devices such as photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes, CD/DVD optical discs, and photosensors.
The metal-semiconductor (MS) contact is an important component in the performance of most semiconductor devices in the solid state. As the name implies, the MS junction is that a metal and a semiconductor material are contacted closely.
Basically, there are two types of MS contacts that are widely used in semiconductor devices. 11 Semiconductor Materials and Devices This chapter is the heart of the book.
We’ve learned about how physical phenomena can represent and communicate information, and will learn about how it can be input, stored, and output, but here we turn to the essential electronic devices File Size: KB. One of the best books I've read is "Electronics Devices and Circuits" by J.
Millman and C. Halkias. It was a book prescribed to us by our college for a course on the same topic. I never really bothered to touch the book till the end of the cours.
Semiconductor Materials is a relatively compact book containing vast information on semiconductor material properties. Readers can compare results of the property measurements that have been reported by different authors and critically compare the data using the reference information contained in the book.
Gallium arsenide and aluminum phosphate, which were developed in the s, are made into the light-emitting diodes (LEDs) used as displays in digital clocks, microwave ovens, and countless other electronic devices.
Those same materials can be shaped to form a reflecting cavity that amplifies and directs the light it produces, creating a semiconductor laser. Materials used in semiconductor devices. [C A Hogarth;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: C A Hogarth. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.
The ideal materials for high-speed applications are high-mobility (also high saturation velocity if used for high-power devices) materials. This also holds for high-speed flexible electronics (fast flexible electronics).
The material list for potential fast flexible electronics includes carbon nanotubes, grapheme. Materials and Reliability Handbook for Semiconductor Optical and Electron Devices provides comprehensive coverage of reliability procedures and approaches for electron and photonic devices.
These include lasers and high speed electronics used in cell phones, satellites, data transmission systems and displays. Brings together under one cover a diverse compendium of physical, electronic, magneto-optical and other properties of the most common semiconductor materials, including of course silicon and gallium arsenide.
There is also data on less frequently used compounds, like 4/5(1). Types of Semiconductor Devices. These devices are classified accordingly whether they are two-terminal or three- terminal devices and sometimes for terminal devices. The examples of two-terminal devices include Diode, Zener diode, Laser diode, Schottky diode, Light-emitting diode (LED), Photocell, Phototransistor.
Other Materials: Silicon carbide is used as a raw material for blue LEDs and is tested for use in some semiconductor devices that might withstand high operating temperatures and high levels of ionizing radiation.
Several indium compounds--indium antimonite, indium arsenide, and indium phosphide--are being used in solid-state laser diodes and LEDs. Special peculiarities of devices from the ascending semiconductor materials SiC and GaN are discussed.
This book presents significant improvements compared to its first edition. It includes chapters on packaging and reliability. The chapter on semiconductor technology is written in a more in-depth way by considering 2D- and high concentration.
Point to "Contents" to access the toolbar. Click on yellow forward arrow to advance >>>. Semiconductor Devices Lecture Notes. Understanding semiconductor devices is critical in designing and improving many types of systems.
This note will give you an understanding of how devices work, the critical issue and the key design tradeoffs in the devices.
The Third Edition of the standard textbook and reference in the field of semiconductor devices This classic book has set the standard for advanced study and reference in the semiconductor device field.
Now completely updated and reorganized to reflect the tremendous advances in device concepts and performance, this Third Edition remains the /5(16). This is a fairly good book; however, it is more like a 3rd edition of the Complete Guide to Semiconductor Devices by the second author Ng than the expected updated edition of Sze's classic.
Many of the figures are the same as in Ng's book, and although more topics are covered than in Sze's 2nd Ed, the theory of what is covered is often less in Cited by: Rare Earth and Transition Metal Doping of Semiconductor Material explores traditional semiconductor devices that are based on control of the electron’s electric charge.
This book looks at the semiconductor materials used for spintronics applications, in particular focusing on wide band-gap semiconductors doped with transition metals and rare Edition: 1. material from Specifically, you will learn about the fundamentals of electron movement in semiconductor materials and develop this basic knowledge of how we can construct devices from these materials that can control the flow of electrons and light in useful Size: 9MB.
semiconductor and devices full course notes ebook free download pdf From semiconductor fundamentals to state-of-the-art semiconductor devices used in the telecommunications and computing industries, this book provides a solid grounding in the most important devices used in the hottest areas of electronic engineering today.
Semiconductor —II • Silicon is the most common material used to build semiconductor devices. • Si is the main ingredient of sand and it is estimated that a cubic mile of seawater conta tons of Si. • Si is spun and grown into a crystalline structure and cut into wafers to make electronic Size: 2MB.
Semiconductor device, electronic circuit component made from a material that is neither a good conductor nor a good insulator (hence semiconductor). Such devices have found wide applications because of their compactness, reliability, and low cost.
As discrete components, they have found use in power devices, optical sensors, and light emitters, including solid-state lasers. of other materials are used as well. Semiconductor devices, electronic components made of semiconductor materials, are essential in modern electrical devices, from computers to cellular phones to digital audio players.
Elemental or intrinsic semiconductors are materials consisting of elements from group IV of the periodic table. Semiconductor like properties are also found in "organic compounds" like polydiacetylene (CH2)n with conjugate carbon chains, fullerenes, nanotubes, BN nanotubes, etc.
Organic molecules can easily be tailored at the molecular level and "tuned" for applications. However, these are not used too much, yet, but they seem promising materials for File Size: 6MB.
A block of semiconductor in itself is not of much use in electronics. It becomes useful when it is doped and used to create a p-n junction. Doping alters the conductivity of the semiconductors in a controlled fashion and the junctions make it poss.
Basics of Semiconductor Devices Dinesh Sharma Microelectronics group EE Department, IIT Bombay Octo 1. In this booklet, we review the fundamentals of Semiconductor Physics and basics of device operation. We shall concentrate largely on elemental semiconducors such as silicon or germanium, and most numerical values used for examples File Size: KB.
Preparation of Semiconductors: For preparing semiconducting devices, the basic materials such as Si and Ge must at least % pure. Consequently extreme precautions have to be taken during the preparation of these elemental semiconductor materials.
Various steps followed during the preparation of highly pure materials are as follows. Silicon – most widely used semiconductor • An ingot of silicon, consisting of a single large crystal of silicon. • Such an ingot is sliced into individual wafers and then used to make a variety of semiconductor devices • Therefore it is important to understand basics of semiconductor physics -> operation of devices Semiconductor physics and devices by Donald A.
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This book is intended for graduate students and researchers in crystal growth, material science, and semiconductor device technology. The book is also useful for design engineers, application engineers, and product managers in areas such as power supplies, converter and inverter design, electric vehicle technology, high-temperature electronics.
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It is customary for a book to have a preface, wherein the author explains why he wrote it and how it differs from all the other books on a similar subject. This book came about because I was asked to update one of our sophomore courses, in part to add some material on semiconductor devices and technology and in part to in-File Size: KB.Welcome to the homepage of Class MSE Lecture video and homeworks will be posted in Compass after Spring Break.
Course Description: This class introduces students to materials used in modern electronic and optoelectronic devices. The progress of microelectronic industry is largely driven by the development and introduction of new materials.I want to start studying about physics of semiconductors.
Please give me suggestions about a book that can explain physics of semiconductor in general and clear fashion.