Handbook of Semiconductor Technology, Volumes 1-2
ISBN/ASIN: 9781601191144,9783527298341(Volume1)9783527298358(Volume2) | 2000 | English | pdf | 1634/773 pages | 42.0 Mb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons | Author: Jackson, Kenneth.A.; Schröter, Wolfgang(eds.)
Semiconductor technology is the basis of today's microelectronics industry with its many impacts on our modern life, i.e. computer and communication technology. This two-volume handbook covers the basics of semiconductor processing technology, which are as essential for the design of new microelectronic devices as the fundamental physics. Volume 1 covers the structure and properties of semiconductors, with particular emphasis on concepts relevant to semiconductor technology. Volume 2 deals with the enabling materials technology for the electronics industry. World-renowned authors have contributed to this unique treatment of the processing of semiconductors and related technologies.