Item description for Silicon Chemistry: From the Atom to Extended Systems by Peter Jutzi, Ulrich Schubert & Ulrich Schubert...
The combined results from an international research project involving 40 interdisciplinary groups, providing the latest knowledge from the past few years. Adopting an application-oriented approach, this handy reference is a must-have for every silicon chemist, whether working in inorganic, organic, physical or polymer chemistry, materials science or physics.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 7" Height: 9.5" Weight: 2.45 lbs.
Release Date Dec 9, 2003
ISBN 3527306471 ISBN13 9783527306473
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More About Peter Jutzi, Ulrich Schubert & Ulrich Schubert
Peter Jutzi has an academic affiliation as follows - Univ. of Bielefeld, Germany University of Bielefeld, Germany Universit.
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many practical uses Jul 5, 2006
The book gives a good indication of the crucial importance that silicon has in our technological society. Yet, even after 40 years of being the main semiconductor used in computers, there is still much ongoing research on it.
The papers in the book span diverse topics. Some are on the reactivity of SiO2 when deposited on various substrates. These may have relevance to semiconductor fabrication, where the behaviour of Si and SiO2 during deposition is important.
Other papers discuss the photoluminescence of silicon compounds. In part because if we can integrate photonics with silicon fabrication, this might be cheaper than trying to deal with the GaAs compounds.
Another major topic relates to using silicon, either in crystalline or amorphous forms, for solar cells. Very germane due to rising energy costs.