Advanced Theory of Semiconductor Devices – Karl Hess – 1st Edition

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Advanced Theory of Semiconductor Devices will helpimprove your understanding of computer devices through athorough discussion of basic equations, their validity, andnumerical solutions as they are contained in current simulationtools. You will gain state-of-the-art of devices used inboth III-V compounds and silicon technology. Specially arenovel approaches and explanations of electronic ,particularly in p-n junction diodes. Close attention is also givento innovative treatments of quantum level laser diodes and hotelectron effects in silicon technology.

This in-depth book is designed expressly for graduate ,research scientists, and research engineers in solid stateelectronics who want to gain a better grasp of the principlesunderlying semiconductor devices.

Table of Contents

Preface.
Acknowledgments.
A Brief Review of the Basic Equations.
The Symmetry of the Crystal Lattice.
The Theory of Energy Bands in Crystals.
Imperfections of Ideal Crystal Structure.
Equilibrium Statistics for Electrons and Holes.
Self-Consistent Potentials and Dielectric Properties.
Scattering Theory.
The Boltzmann Transport Equation.
Generation-Recombination.
The Heterojunction Barrier.
The Device Equations of Shockley and Stratton.
Numerical Device Simulations.
Diodes.
Laser Diodes.
Transistors.
Future Semiconductor Devices.

Appendix A: Tunneling and the Golden Rule.
Appendix B: The One Band Approximation.
Appendix C: Temperature Dependence of the Band Structure.
Appendix D: Hall Effect and Magnetoresistance.
Appendix E: The Power Balance Equation.
Appendix F: The Self-Consistent Potential at a Heterojunction.
Appendix G: Schottky Barrier Transport.

Index.
About the Author.
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