HARRY L. KWOK
Sujeito à disponibilidade do fornecedor
Área FÍS. DA MAT. CONDENSADA
Número de páginas 431
Edição 1ª ED. 1997
ELECTRONIC MATERIALS is the first book to explore the electronic properties of solids at the undergraduate level, while providing an integrated and balanced study of solid-state physics, materials, and device applications. The book also features a wealth of applied examples and design exercises that extend and motivate the presentation of solid-state theories. Kwok begins with a discussion of materials' structures and physical properties, and then explores the properties and applications of specific solids, including metals, semiconductors, insulators, magnetic solids, superconductors, and light-sensitive solids. With its clear, straightforward explanation of properties of materials and solids, their usage, and their important applications, this is a useful reference for students and professionals alike. A bound-in CD-ROM for Windows and Macintosh, excerpts form MATERIALS SCIENCE: A MULTIMEDIA APPROACH by John Russ, is included with the book. This multimedia program includes animations, visualizations, and hypertext sections designed to reinforce concepts of bonding and atomic structure, crystal structure, crystal defects, diffusion in solids, and electrical behavior of materials. Mathcad-based problems are also included to develop computer-based problem-solving skills.