Materials Scientists and Engineers

Characterization in Silicon Processing

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Yale E. Strausser
C. Richard Brundle
Charles A. Evans

With a focus on the use of materials characterization techniques for silicon-based semiconductors, this volume in the Materials Characterization series focuses on the process flow of silicon wafer manufacture where materials properties, processing and associated problems are brought to the fore. The book is organized by the types of materials commonly associated with integrated silicon semiconductor circuits and the typical processes involved for each such material, including deposition, thermal treatment, and lithography. Readers will find features such as:

Bonds and Bands in Semiconductors - Second Edition

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J.C. Phillips and Gerald Lucovsky

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This classic work on the basic chemistry and solid state physics of semiconducting materials is now updated and improved with new chapters on crystalline and amorphous semiconductors. Written by two of the world’s pioneering materials scientists in the development of semiconductors, this work offers in a single-volume an authoritative treatment for the learning and understanding of what makes perhaps the world’s most important engineered materials actually work.

Professional Expression:To Organize, Write, and Manage for Technical Communication

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P.E. Morris

Technical topics in science and engineering always present challenges when it comes to conveying or arguing information in a clear and effective manner. This book was written to address that challenge, using time-proven techniques developed by the author for academic courses and onsite training programs he has used for several decades at engineering schools, design and professional conferences.

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