Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2005 - Science - 800 pages
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Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices provides a realistic and practical treatment of modern semiconductor devices. A solid understanding of the physical processes responsible for the electronic properties of semiconductor materials and devices is emphasized. With this emphasis, the reader will appreciate the underlying physics behind the equations derived and their range of applicability. The author’s clear writing style, comprehensive coverage of the core material, and attention to current topics are key strengths of this book.

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RICHARD L. ANDERSON is the Information Security Coordinator at University of North Texas.

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