Electronic Materials

  • ID: 4593665
  • Book
  • 775 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Mechanical and thermal properties are reviewed and electrical and magnetic properties are emphasized. Basics of symmetry and internal structure of crystals and the main properties of metals, dielectrics, semiconductors, and magnetic materials are discussed. The theory and modern experimental data are presented, as well as the specifications of materials that are necessary for practical application in electronics. The modern state of research in nanophysics of metals, magnetic materials, dielectrics and semiconductors is taken into account, with particular attention to the influence of structure on the physical properties of nano-materials.

The book uses simplified mathematical treatment of theories, while emphasis is placed on the basic concepts of physical phenomena in electronic materials. Most chapters are devoted to the advanced scientific and technological problems of electronic materials; in addition, some new insights into theoretical facts relevant to technical devices are presented.

Electronic Materials is an essential reference for newcomers to the field of electronics, providing a fundamental understanding of important basic and advanced concepts in electronic materials science.

- Provides important overview of the fundamentals of electronic materials properties significant for device applications along with advanced and applied concepts essential to those working in the field of electronics- Takes a simplified and mathematical approach to theories essential to the understanding of electronic materials and summarizes important takeaways at the end of each chapter- Interweaves modern experimental data and research in topics such as nanophysics, nanomaterials and dielectrics
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Part I: Structure, main properties, metals, magnetics 1. Electronics materials structure 2. Mechanical properties of solids 3. Thermal properties of solids 4. Quasi-particles in solids 5. Metals 6. Magnetics

Part II: Semiconductors, dielectrics, phase transitions 7. Semiconductors 8. Dielectrics-insulators 9. Active dielectrics 10. Phase transitions

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Poplavko, Y. M.
Y. M . Poplavko is Professor of Microelectronics, Electronics faculty, Microelectronics department, Department of National Technical University of Ukraine, Igor Sikorsky Kiev Polytechnic Institute.
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