Nanoelectronics: Principles and Devices

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Artech House, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 426 pages
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Not only will nanoelectronics dominate electronics research for years to come, it promises to produce some of the most extraordinary advances in all of applied science. This groundbreaking book provides the first unified treatment of the research, technology, and applications that are fueling the rapid growth of nanoelectronics today. It brings together the physics, quantum mechanics, chemistry, biology, and electronics now blazing new trails - both in the development of nanodevices and in our understanding of physical phenomena never before seen at larger scale. This comprehensive work provides engineers and researchers with a solid foundation for the understanding, design, and simulation of nanoelectronic devices.

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Mircea Dragoman is a senior researcher at the National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies in Bucharest, Romania Daniela Dragoman is a full professor on the faculty of physics at the University of Bucharest, Romania

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