Materials in Electronics

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This book is about the properties of materials at the most fundamental level, with a particular bias on the application of these properties to electronic systems. This book forms the basis of the book on Semiconductors. This book starts from considering the electron as a particle in a material, and progresses to the properties of conductive and semiconductive materials.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Charge Carriers

Section 2: Wave-Particle Duality and Implications

Section 3: Crystals and Energy Bands