Fundamentals of Solid State Engineering
by Razeghi, Manijeh

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"Fundamentals of Solid State Engineering, 3rd Edition", provides a multi-disciplinary introduction to solid state engineering, combining concepts from physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, materials science and mechanical engineering. Revised throughout, this third edition includes new topics such as electron-electron and electron-phonon interactions, in addition to the Kane effective mass method. A chapter devoted to quantum mechanics has been expanded to cover topics such as the harmonic oscillator, the hydrogen atom, the quantum mechanical description of angular momentum and the origin of spin. This textbook also features an improved transport theory description, which now goes beyond Drude theory, discussing the Boltzmann approach. Introducing students to the rigorous quantum mechanical way of thinking about and formulating transport processes, this textbook presents the basic physics concepts and thorough treatment of semiconductor characterization technology, designed for solid state engineers.

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Binding: Hardcover
Specs: 757 pages | 2.77 Lbs
Edition: 3
Publisher: Springer | Publish Date 03/09 | Copyright 2009

Table Of Contents:

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1.    Crystalline Properties of Solids
2.    Electronic Structure of Atoms
3.    Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
4.    Electrons and Energy Band Structures in Crystals
5.    Phonons
6.    Thermal Properties of Crystals
7.    Equilibrium Charge Carrier Statistics in Semiconductors
8.    Non-Equilibrium Electrical Properties of Semiconductors
9.    Semiconductor p-n and Metal-Semiconductor Junctions
10.    Optical Properties of Semiconductors
11.    Electron-Electron Interactions: Screening
12.    Semiconductor Heterostructures and Low-Dimensional Quantum Structures
13.    Quantum Transport
14.    Electron Phonon Interactions
15.    Compound Semiconductors and Crystal Growth Techniques
16.    Semiconductor Characterization Techniques
17.    Defects

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