Surfaces, interfaces, and thin films for microelectronics.9780470174470
Surfaces, interfaces, and thin films for microelectronics.
Irene, Eugene A.
Detailing fundamentals and important analytical techniques, Irene (chemistry, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill) helps scientists and engineers understand existing microelectronic applications and design new ones. Chapters in Part I of the book explain surface science fundamentals, covering both geometric and electronic structure, surface thermodynamics thermodynamics, branch of science concerned with the nature of heat and its conversion to mechanical, electric, and chemical energy. Historically, it grew out of efforts to construct more efficient heat engines—devices for extracting useful work from expanding , morphology, and a sample of surface science techniques. Part II covers microelectronics applications such as films and interfaces, electronic passivation passivation
the final stage in instrument manufacture, passing the finished instruments through a bath of nitric acid which removes foreign particles and promotes the formation of a protective coating of chromium oxide. of semiconductor-dielectric film interfaces, the silicon-silicon dioxide interface, and other MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor) The most popular and widely used type of field effect transistor (see FET). MOSFETs are either NMOS (n-channel) or PMOS (p-channel) transistors, which are fabricated as individually packaged interfaces. The book can be used as a self-study guide for professionals in the electronics industry, and as a text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in materials science materials science
Study of the properties of solid materials and how those properties are determined by the material's composition and structure, both macroscopic and microscopic. , chemistry, physics, and electrical engineering electrical engineering: see engineering.
Branch of engineering concerned with the practical applications of electricity in all its forms, including those of electronics. .
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