Handbook of Semiconductor Technology Set

Handbook of Semiconductor Technology Set

Editor(s): Kenneth A. Jackson, Wolfgang Schröter

Published Online: 4 JUN 2008

Print ISBN: 9783527299706

Online ISBN: 9783527619290

DOI: 10.1002/9783527619290

About this Book

Semiconductor technology is the basis of today's microelectronics industry with its many impacts on our modern life, i.e. computer and communication technology. This two-volume handbook covers the basics of semiconductor processing technology, which are as essential for the design of new microelectronic devices as the fundamental physics.
Volume 1 'Electronic Structure and Properties' covers the structure and properties of semiconductors, with particular emphasis on concepts relevant to semiconductor technology.
Volume 2 'Processing of Semiconductors' deals with the enabling materials technology for the electronics industry. World-renowned authors have contributed to this unique treatment of the processing of semiconductors and related technologies.
Of interest to physicists and engineers in research and in the electronics industry, this is a valuable reference source and state-of-the-art review by the world's top authors.

Table of contents

  1. Part I: Volume 1: Electronic Structure and Properties of Semiconductors

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    2. Chapter 8

      Interfaces (pages 453–540)

      R. Hull, A. Ourmazd, W. D. Rau, P. Schwander, M. L. Green and R. T. Tung

    3. Chapter 13

      New Materials: Gallium Nitride (pages 771–808)

      Eicke R. Weber, Joachim Krüger and Christian Kisielowski

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  2. Part II: Volume 2: Processing of Semiconductors

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