2 edition of Semiconductors. found in the catalog.
Donald Arthur Wright
Previous ed.: 1958.
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Why semiconductors, devices, circuits. • Mobile charge carriers in semiconductors Crystal structures, bonding Mobile holes and electrons Dopants and doping • Silicon in thermal equilibrium Generation/recombination; n o p o product n o, p o given N d, N a; n- and p-types • Drift Mobility Conductivity and resistivity Resistors (our first.
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