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Solid State Electronic Devices begins with a chapter on the crystal properties and growth of semiconductors. Subsequent chapters cover concepts such as atoms and electrons, junctions, field-effect transistors, integrated circuits, optoelectronic devices, bipolar junction transistors, and high-frequency and high-power devices. The book ends with a set of nine appendices and a solution set for some of the questions from the self-quizzes in the chapters. The appendices present information such as properties of semiconductor materials, diffusivities of dopants in Si and SiO2, derivation of Fermi–Dirac statistics, and physical constants and conversion factors. Each chapter begins with an overview of its objectives and ends with a concise summary of the key concepts it has covered. Key equations are thematically listed and the theoretical concepts are well-supported by relevant examples of practical applications. As many as 200 problems are included for practice. Like the previous editions of the book, this one i.e. the sixth edition also retains the goal of providing a thorough background on basic semiconductor physics and the latest in semiconductor technology. Certain topics, such as advanced MOS and bipolar processes, are new to this edition. Over the years, Solid State Electronic Devices has received highly positive reviews. In addition to its usefulness at the university level, the book can also come in handy for practicing scientists and engineers, to help them update their knowledge of modern electronics. This edition was published in 2009 by PHI Learning.

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Solid State Electronic Devices begins with a chapter on the crystal properties and growth of semiconductors. Subsequent chapters cover concepts such as atoms and electrons, junctions, field-effect transistors, integrated circuits, optoelectronic devices, bipolar junction transistors, and high-frequency and high-power devices. The book ends with a set of nine appendices and a solution set for some of the questions from the self-quizzes in the chapters. The appendices present information such as properties of semiconductor materials, diffusivities of dopants in Si and SiO2, derivation of Fermi–Dirac statistics, and physical constants and conversion factors. Each chapter begins with an overview of its objectives and ends with a concise summary of the key concepts it has covered. Key equations are thematically listed and the theoretical concepts are well-supported by relevant examples of practical applications. As many as 200 problems are included for practice. Like the previous editions of the book, this one i.e. the sixth edition also retains the goal of providing a thorough background on basic semiconductor physics and the latest in semiconductor technology. Certain topics, such as advanced MOS and bipolar processes, are new to this edition. Over the years, Solid State Electronic Devices has received highly positive reviews. In addition to its usefulness at the university level, the book can also come in handy for practicing scientists and engineers, to help them update their knowledge of modern electronics. This edition was published in 2009 by PHI Learning.
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Title Solid State Electronic Devices Height 23.6
Ben G. Streetman, Sanjay Banerjee Width 17.8
ISBN-13 9788120330207 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 812033020X Spine Width
Publisher Apprentice House Pages
Edition 6 Availability Out Of Stock

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