2 edition of Introduction to the electronic properties of materials found in the catalog.
Introduction to the electronic properties of materials
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|LC Classifications||TK7871 .J55 2001, TK7871 .J55 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 418 p. :|
|Number of Pages||418|
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Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials. By David Jiles, Chapman & Hall, London , XX, pp., paperback, £ , ISBN ––2. Preface. Chapter 1 Introduction – Use and Study of Materials Introduction Materials and the Engineer Materials and a Scientist Modeling a Material Approach Used in This Book. Chapter 2 Properties of Materials Introduction Mechanical Properties Chemical Properties Electrical Properties Thermal Properties Magnetic Properties Optical Properties 2.
An invaluable introduction to nanomaterials and their applications. Offering the unique approach of applying traditional physics concepts to explain new phenomena, Introduction to Nanomaterials and Devices provides readers with a solid foundation on the subject of quantum mechanics and introduces the basic concepts of nanomaterials and the devices fabricated from them. Introduction to Semiconductors and Semiconductor Devices A Background Equalization Lecture Electrical Properties of Materials •Neudeck and Pierret – Advanced Semiconductor Fundamentals •Dimitrijev – Understanding Semiconductor Devices •Mayer and Lau – Electronic Materials Science Classifications of Electronic Materials File Size: 7MB.
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Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials, 2nd Edition presents the principles of the behavior of electrons in materials and develops a basic understanding with minimal technical detail.
Broadly based, it touches on all of the key issues in the field and offers a multidisciplinary approach spanning physics, electrical engineering. This book on electrical, optical, magnetic, and thermal properties of materials differs from other introductory texts in solid-state physics.
First, it is written Introduction to the electronic properties of materials book engineers, particularly materials and electrical engineers, who what to gain a fundamental understanding of semiconductor devices, magnetic materials, lasers, alloys, and so by: An Introduction to Electronic Materials for Engineers aims to give a basic understanding and comprehensive overview of a wide range of materials, such as conducting materials, semiconductors, magnetic materials, optical materials, dielectric materials, superconductors, thermoelectric materials and ionic materials.
The new chapters added into. Introduction to properties of materials 1. INTRODUCTION TO PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS 1 2.
CLASSES OF MATERIALS Materials are grouped into categories or classes based on their chemical composition. Material selection is determined by the capabilities and qualities of materials, or their properties. ECE Introduction to Materials for Electrical Engineers Course Objective Introduce fundamental concepts in MaterialsIntroduce fundamental concepts in Materials Science and how they are used in ECE You will learn about: • material structure • how structure dictates properties • how electronic & physical properties are related• how File Size: KB.
Electronic Properties of Crystalline Solids: An Introduction to Fundamentals discusses courses in the electronic properties of solids taught in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University.
and other photoelectronic effects in both ideal and real materials. This book is intended for upper-level undergraduates. Download Electrical Properties of Materials By Laszlo Solymar, Donald Walsh, Richard R.
Syms – The mathematics, kept deliberately to a minimum, is well within the grasp of a second-year student. This is achieved by choosing the simplest model that can display the essential properties of a phenomenom, and then examining the difference between the ideal and the actual behaviour.
FINALLY, AN ACCESSIBLE INTRODUCTION TO THE ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS. Livingston helps make the complex concepts behind the electronic properties of materials much more accessible for students.
His very readable writing style and clear organization help to make the key topics much easier to understand. The first part of this text Cited by: Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials book.
Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials. DOI link for Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials. Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials book. By David C. Jiles.
Edition 2nd : David C. Jiles. This book on electrical, optical, magnetic, and thermal properties of materials differs from other introductory texts in solid-state physics.
First, it is written for engineers, particularly materials and electrical engineers, who what to gain a fundamental understanding of semiconductor devices, magnetic materials, lasers, alloys, and so forth. As we consider periodic trends in the electronic properties of materials, it is important to review some of the key bonding trends we have learned in earlier chapters: Going down the periodic table, atoms in solids tend to adopt structures with higher coordination numbers.
This text on the electrical, optical, magnetic, and thermal properties of materials stresses concepts rather than mathematical formalism. Suitable for advanced undergraduates, it is intended for materials and electrical engineers who want to gain a fundamental understanding of alloys, semiconductor devices, lasers, magnetic materials, and so forth.
The book is organized to be used in a one. Prelude to Electronic Properties of Materials - Superconductors and Semiconductors Correlated electron effects give rise to metal-insulator transitions that are driven by small changes in temperature, pressure, or composition, as well as to superconductivity - the passage of current with zero resistance at low temperatures.
Li, W. Gao, in Developments in High Temperature Corrosion and Protection of Materials, Introduction. Electronic materials are the materials used in electrical industries, electronics and microelectronics, and the substances for the building up of integrated circuits, circuit boards, packaging materials, communication cables, optical fibres, displays, and various controlling and.
Photonic and Electronic Properties of Fluoride Materials: Progress in Fluorine Science, the first volume in this new Elsevier series, provides an overview of the important optical, magnetic, and non-linear properties of fluoride ing with a brief review of relevant synthesis methods from single crystals to nanopowders, this volume offers valuable insight for inorganic chemistry.
Books are seldom finished. At best, they are abandoned. The second edition of "Electronic Properties of Materials" has been in use now for about seven years. During this time my publisher gave me ample opportunities to update and improve the text whenever the Ibook was reprinted.
There were about six of these reprinting cycles. Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials. DOI link for Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials. Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials bookAuthor: David C.
Jiles. This page contains materials for self-assessment on the Electronic Materials module. It presents problems and solution keys from the weekly quizzes and exam problems, plus supplemental exam problems with solutions for study, and features a help session video by one of the teaching assistants.
Some materials, such as Sn and VO 2, happen to have just the right degree of orbital overlap to make the Hubbard transition occur by changing the temperature or materials can be very useful for electrical switching, as illustrated at the right for rutile structure VO materials are far away from the transition, either on the metallic or insulating side.
A semiconductor material has an electrical conductivity value falling between that of a conductor, such as metallic copper, and an insulator, such as resistance falls as its temperature rises; metals are the opposite.
Its conducting properties may be altered in useful ways by introducing impurities ("doping") into the crystal two differently-doped regions exist in the. Book Description. Designed for advanced undergraduate students and as a useful reference book for materials researchers, Physical Properties of Materials, Third Edition establishes the principles that control the optical, thermal, electronic, magnetic, and mechanical properties of materials.
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