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by Peter Y. Yu

eBook Fundamentals of Semiconductors: Physics and Material Properties ePub
Author: Peter Y. Yu
Language: English
ISBN: 3540583076
ISBN13: 978-3540583073
Publisher: Springer (December 1, 1995)
Pages: 576
Category: Physics
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 787
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Fundamentals of Semiconductors. Peter Y. Yu Manuel Cardona. Their interest in this book has convinced us to continue in spite of many other demands on our time. Fundamentals of Semiconductors. Physics and Materials Properties. Semiconductor physics and material science have continued to prosper and to break new ground.

The approach is physical and intuitive rather than formal and pedantic. Theories are presented to explain experimental results. Its emphasis is on understanding the physical properties of Si and similar tetrahedrally coordinated semiconductors

Overall, this book remains the best graduate-level text on semiconductor physics that I know, and I recommend it very strongly.

provides the students with a solid and up-to-date background of the physical properties of semiconductors. Yu and Cardona present in their book a concise, personal and yet satisfactory list of topics. Overall, this book remains the best graduate-level text on semiconductor physics that I know, and I recommend it very strongly.

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Since the appearance of our book, Fundamentals of Semiconductors: Physics and Materials Properties, one of the questions we are asked most frequently is this: is there a solution manual to this book?

Since the appearance of our book, Fundamentals of Semiconductors: Physics and Materials Properties, one of the questions we are asked most frequently is this: is there a solution manual to this book? In preparing the questions at the end of each chapter we have already tried to guide the readers to derive the answers by themselves using a step-by-step approach.

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Fundamentals of Semiconductos attempts to fill the gap between a general solid-state physics textbook and research articles by providing detailed explanations of the electronic, vibrational, transport, and optical properties of semiconductors. The approach is physical and intuitive rather than formal and pedantic. Theories are presented to explain experimental results. This textbook has been written with both students and researchers in mind. Its emphasis is on understanding the physical properties of Si and similar tetrahedrally coordinated semiconductors. The explanations are based on physical insights. Each chapter is enriched by an extensive collection of tables of material parameters, figures and problems. Many of these problems "lead the student by the hand" to arrive at the results.
Onetarieva
I didn't get very far with this book, as it is well beyond my level of familiarity. It is very math intensive, and requires a sound foundation in the topic. I'm not too sure I understand why it's called "Fundamentals of Semiconductors", I might suggest "A Very Intense Treatment of Semiconductors". This is probably a valuable reference for the clever.
Nalmetus
I'm a Ph.D on physics, I read this book from page to page and worked out the problems.
This is an excellent book on the physics of semiconductors, NOT on semiconductor devices! The text is well written. The physical concept is clearly explained, mostly with a diagram or a graph. The formulae are carefully deducted without wasting too much time and space. I must add a few words on the problems. From all the physics textbooks I've read, only Claude Cohen-Tannoudji's Quantum Mechanics book is comparable. Those problems usually are about the the formulae, such as k.p. perturbation method and Luttinger Hamiltonian, etc., appeared in the main text but its detail is not appropriate there. The problems are by no means easy. Actually, some of them are really hard. For example, it took me a lot of time to work out the 6 by 6 k.p. perturbation matrix! In the process of working out those problems, I had a better understanding on the computational physics. You don't see that in a normal textbook!
The references are the classical or landstone papers about a specific subject, very good for further research.
In summary, this is an excellent textbook, if you want to study it hard.
Blackbrand
This book is an excellent reference book on semiconductors in general. The physics behind semiconductor theory is discussed very well, however, if you are looking for a book regarding semiconductor devices or electronics, this is not what you are looking for.

One advantage of this book is that it contains a fairly large section for "group theory", if you are using it in your studies.

Electronic, transport and especially optical properties of semiconductors are mentioned very extensively and clearly. There is also a whole chapter on photoemission, which is very useful. The concept of quantum confinement is addressed independently with illustrative examples.

If you are interested in semiconductors and want to buy "one" book which you can use and consult all the time, this is the book you need. The authors are some of the best in the World on semiconductors.
Tekasa
This is an excellent book on all properties of semiconductors -electronic structure , phonons , transport and optics . It primarilyfocusses on bulk properties ,but extremely succinct and relevant comments on hetersotructures can also be found interspersed throughout .
Many books on semiconductor physics err on the side of breadth at the expense of depth . I found this book to be a pleasant exception . I believe this leaves other similar books like Physics of Semiconductors and their Heterostructures by J.Singh far behind .
Cardona (of course) is at his best when discussing otical properties , especially optical diagnostic methods . I have not seen a similar book at this level which gives the same level of description of light-matter interaction in semiconductors.
I recommend it highly to all fellow graduate students .
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