The app is a complete free handbook of Semiconductor Devices which covers important topics, notes, materials, news & blogs on the course. Download the App as a reference material & digital book for electronic & communications engineering programs & degree courses.
This useful App lists 160 topics with detailed notes, diagrams, equations, formulas & course material, the topics are listed in 5 chapters. The app is must have for all the engineering science students & professionals.
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Some of the topics Covered in the app are:
1. The Haynes-Shockley Experiment
2. Semiconductor Materials
3. Crystal Lattice
4. Cubic Lattices
5. Planes and Directions
6. The Diamond Lattice
7. Bulk Crystal Growth
8. Growth of Single Crystal Ingots
10. Epitaxial growth
11. Vapor-phase epitaxy
12. Molecular beam epitaxy
13. Charge Carriers in Semiconductors
14. Effective Mass
15. Intrinsic Material
16. Extrinsic Material
17. Electrons and Holes in Quantum Wells
18. The Fermi Level
19. Compensation and Space Charge Neutrality
20. Drift and Resistance
21. Optical absorption
24. Carrier Lifetime and Photoconductivity
25. Direct Recombination of Electrons and Holes
26. Indirect Recombination; Trapping
27. Steady State Carrier Generation; Quasi-Fermi Levels
28. Photoconductive Devices
29. Diffusion Processes
30. Diffusion and Drift of Carriers: Built-in Fields