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By Jan G. Korvink

Semiconductors play a tremendous position in smooth microtechnology, in particular in microelectronics. because the dimensions of recent microelectronic parts, e.g. machine chips, now succeed in nanometer dimension, semiconductor examine strikes from microtechnology to nanotechnology.An realizing of the semiconductor physics considering this new expertise is of significant value for each scholar in engineering, specially electric engineering, microsystem expertise and physics.This textbook emphasizes a system-oriented view of semiconductor physics for purposes in microsystem know-how. whereas current books merely hide digital gadget physics and are commonly written for physics scholars, this article provides a extra hands-on method of semiconductor physics and so avoids overloading engineering scholars with mathematical formulation no longer crucial for his or her reviews.

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MP: Monoclinic; MI: Face-centered monoclinic; a ≠ b ≠ c , α = β = 90° ≠ γ . T: Trigonal; a = b = c , α ≠ β ≠ γ . TC: Triclinic; a ≠ b ≠ c , α ≠ β ≠ γ . a, b, c refer to lattice pitches; α, β, γ to lattice vector angles. 13. The equivalent lattice vectors sets that define the structures of the diamondlike fcc structure of Si and the zinc-blende-like structure of GaAs . 5 ) . 14. Illustrations of some of the many primitive unit cells for a 2-dimensional lattice. Of these, only (g) is a Wigner-Seitz cell.

The electrons are therefore shared by many atoms, making them much more mobile, and also accounts for the ductility of the material. 16. The geometry of a tetrahedral bond for Carbon-like atoms can be repre3 sented by a hybrid sp -function as a superposition of 2s and 2p-orbitals. a) s-orbital. b) 3 p-orbital. c) s p -orbital. Semiconductors for Micro and Nanosystem Technology 49 The Crystal Lattice System The semiconductors that we consider are covalently bonded. We now give a qualitative description of the tetrahedral covalent bond of the atoms of an fcc crystal.

The factor 1 ⁄ 2 arises because the double sum counts each atom pair twice. 15) 2 because of the assumption that the atom displacements u i and hence n their differences u ij are small. The terms ( u ij ⋅ ∇ ) E ( R ij ) must be read n as ( u ij ⋅ ∇ ) operating n times on the position-dependent energy E evaluated at the atom position R ij . 16) is a constant for the lattice, and is denoted by U o . , at rest, and represents the datum of energy for the crystal. The second term is the harmonic potential energy, or the smalldisplacement potential energy.

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