Item description for Modern Physics for Semiconductor Science (Physics Textbook) by Charles C. Coleman...
Illustrating the concepts of modern physics and quantum mechanics needed for R&D into semiconductors, this textbook first provides the necessary background before going on to cover condensed matter and semiconductors, and how to develop them. Throughout, it emphasizes the development of ideas and concepts and how they are interrelated, deepening an understanding of the concepts by way of repetition. Written with clarity and style in mind, the text covers such new technology as junctions, luminescence, and 3D quantum dots, and each chapter ends with 20-30 exercises.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.45" Width: 6.69" Height: 0.71" Weight: 1.41 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2008
ISBN 3527407014 ISBN13 9783527407019
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More About Charles C. Coleman
Schooled at the renowned UCLA, Professor Coleman has collected ample research and teaching experience at various universities in both the US and Europe. He specialized on optical properties of semiconductor. NSF and NATO research grants and fellowships provide proof of his abilities.
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An important text or supplement for physics or engineering students Jul 23, 2008
This book, which should be a welcome addition to the field, covers physical concepts leading to semiconducting devices and acts as a bridge between physics and applications. Written by Dr. Charles C. Coleman in an easy-to-understand conversational style, the book points out where similar physical models can describe different physical processes, which makes it much easier to see where final equations come from.
Dr. Coleman also points out places where there can be confusion in ideas or notation. There are useful examples and problems, an approach that makes it easier to determine which physical concepts apply to each problem and hence "which equation to use." I would recommend it as a text or as a supplement for engineering and physics students interested in how and why semiconducting devices operate or as a reference to fill in physical details that are often misunderstood.