Semiconductor Devices - Physics and Technology 3e (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
592
Utgivningsdatum
2016-12-30
Upplaga
3rd Edition
Förlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Illustrationer
black & white tables, figures
Dimensioner
257 x 206 x 25 mm
Vikt
1158 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780470537947
Semiconductor Devices - Physics and Technology 3e (inbunden)

Semiconductor Devices - Physics and Technology 3e

av Sm Sze
Inbunden Engelska, 2016-12-30
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Semiconductor Devices: Physics and Technology, Third Edition is an introduction to the physical principles of modern semiconductor devices and their advanced fabrication technology. It begins with a brief historical review of major devices and key technologies and is then divided into three sections: semiconductor material properties, physics of semiconductor devices and processing technology to fabricate these semiconductor devices.
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S. M. Sze, PhD, is UMC Chair Professor in the Electronics Engineering Department at the National Chiao Tung University. His previous books include Semiconductor Devices; Physics of Semiconductor Devices, Second Edition; High-Speed Semiconductor Devices; and Semiconductor Sensors, all available from Wiley. Ming-Kwei Lee is the author of Semiconductor Devices: Physics and Technology, 3rd Edition, published by Wiley.

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Preface vii Acknowledgments ix Chapter 0 Introduction 1 0.1 Semiconductor Devices 1 0.2 Semiconductor Technology 6 Summary 12 PART I SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS Chapter 1 Energy Bands and Carrier Concentration in Thermal Equilibrium 15 1.1 Semiconductor Materials 15 1.2 Basic Crystal Structures 17 1.3 Valence Bonds 22 1.4 Energy Bands 23 1.5 Intrinsic Carrier Concentration 29 1.6 Donors and Acceptors 34 Summary 40 Chapter 2 Carrier Transport Phenomena 43 2.1 Carrier Drift 43 2.2 Carrier Diffusion 53 2.3 Generation and Recombination Processes 56 2.4 Continuity Equation 62 2.5 Thermionic Emission Process 68 2.6 Tunneling Process 69 2.7 Space-Charge Effect 71 2.8 High-Field Effects 73 Summary 77 PART II SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Chapter 3 p-n Junction 82 3.1 Thermal Equilibrium Condition 83 3.2 Depletion Region 87 3.3 Depletion Capacitance 95 3.4 Current-Voltage Characteristics 99 3.5 Charge Storage and Transient Behavior 108 3.6 Junction Breakdown 111 3.7 Heterojunction 117 Summary 120 Chapter 4 Bipolar Transistors and Related Devices 123 4.1 Transistor Action 124 4.2 Static Characteristics of Bipolar Transistors 129 4.3 Frequency Response and Switching of Bipolar Transistors 137 4.4 Nonideal Effects 142 4.5 Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors 146 4.6 Thyristors and Related Power Devices 149 Summary 155 Chapter 5 MOS Capacitor and MOSFET 160 5.1 Ideal MOS Capacitor 160 5.2 SiO2-Si MOS Capacitor 169 5.3 Carrier Transport in MOS Capacitors 174 5.4 Charge-Coupled Devices 177 5.5 MOSFET Fundamentals 180 Summary 192 Chapter 6 Advanced MOSFET and Related Devices 195 6.1 MOSFET Scaling 195 6.2 CMOS and BiCMOS 205 6.3 MOSFET on Insulator 210 6.4 MOS Memory Structures 214 6.5 Power MOSFET 223 Summary 224 Chapter 7 MESFET and Related Devices 228 7.1 Metal-Semiconductor Contacts 229 7.2 MESFET 240 7.3 MODFET 249 Summary 255 Chapter 8 Microwave Diodes; Quantum-Effect and Hot-Electron Devices 258 8.1 Microwave Frequency Bands 259 8.2 Tunnel Diode 260 8.3 IMPATT Diode 260 8.4 Transferred-Electron Devices 265 8.5 Quantum-Effect Devices 269 8.6 Hot-Electron Devices 274 Summary 277 Chapter 9 Light Emitting Diodes and Lasers 280 9.1 Radiative Transitions and Optical Absorption 280 9.2 Light-Emitting Diodes 286 9.3 Various Light-Emitting Diodes 291 9.4 Semiconductor Lasers 302 Summary 319 Chapter 10 Photodetectors and Solar Cells 323 10.1 Photodetectors 323 10.2 Solar Cells 336 10.3 Silicon and Compound-Semiconductor Solar Cells 343 10.4 Third-Generation Solar Cells 348 10.5 Optical Concentration 352 Summary 352 PART III SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY Chapter 11 Crystal Growth and Epitaxy 357 11.1 Silicon Crystal Growth from the Melt 357 11.2 Silicon Float-Zone Proces 363 11.3 GaAs Grystal-Growth Techniques 367 11.4 Material Characterization 370 11.5 Epitaxial-Growth Techniques 377 11.6 Structures and Defects in Epitaxial Layers 384 Summary 388 Chapter 12 Film Formation 392 12.1 Thermal Oxidation 392 12.2 Chemical Vapor Deposition of Dielectrics 400 12.3 Chemical Vapor Deposition of Polysilicon 409 12.4 Atom Layer Deposition 412 12.5 Metallization 414 Summary 425 Chapter 13 Lithography and Etching 428 13.1 Optical Lithography 428 13.2 Next-Generation Lithographic Methods 441 13.3 Wet Chemical Etching 447 13.4 Dry Etching 450 Summary 462 Chapter 14 Impurity Doping 466 14.1 Basic Diffusion Process 467 14.2 Extrinsic Diffusion 476 14.3 Diffusion-Related Processes 480 14.4 Range of Implanted Ions 483 14.5 Implant Damage and Annealing 490 14.6 Implantation-Related Processes 495 Summary 501 Chapter 15 Integrated Devices 505 15.1 Passive Components 507 15.2 Bipolar Technology 511 15.3 MOSFET Technology 516 15.4 MESFET Technolo