The physics of semiconductors : with applications to optoelectronic devices / by Kevin F. Brennan.
By: Brennan, Kevin FMaterial type: TextPublisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999Description: xiii, 762 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 9780521596626 (pbk)Subject(s): Semiconductors | Optoelectronic devicesDDC classification: 621.38152
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 753-758) and index.
Ch. 1. Basic Concepts in Quantum Mechanics --
Ch. 2. One-Dimensional Potential Problems --
Ch. 3. Three-Dimensional Problems --
Ch. 4. Approximation Methods in Quantum Mechanics --
Ch. 5. Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics --
Ch. 6. Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics --
Ch. 7. Multielectron Systems and Crystalline Symmetries --
Ch. 8. Motion of Electrons in a Periodic Potential --
Ch. 9. Phonons and Scattering Mechanisms in Solids --
Ch. 10. Generation and Recombination Processes in Semiconductors --
Ch. 11. Junctions --
Ch. 12. Semiconductor Photonic Detectors --
Ch. 13. Optoelectronic Emitters --
Ch. 14. Field-Effect Devices.
"Modern fabrication techniques have made it possible to produce semiconductor devices whose dimensions are so small that quantum-mechanical effects dominate their behavior. This book describes the key elements of quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and solid-state physics that are necessary in understanding these modern semiconductor devices. Theoretical results are illustrated with reference to real devices such as photodiodes, flat-panel displays, and metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors." "The book contains many homework exercises and is suitable as a textbook for electrical engineering, materials science, or physics students taking courses in solid-state device physics. It will also be a valuable reference for practicing engineers in optoelectronics and related areas."--Jacket.