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Anna Materials Science Sem-II
Unit 4 : Electronic Materials(Classification of solids - energy bands - concept of Fermi level - conductor, semiconductor, insulator - Semiconductors- intrinsic, extrinsic - carrier concentration expression (qualitative) - compound semiconductors (qualitative) - dielectric materials - polarization mechanisms - dielectric breakdown - magnetic materials - ferromagnetic materials &hysterisis - ferrites - superconducting materials, properties, types and applications)
1. Semiconductor Devices(Electronic Devices and Circuits) Total View (2)
 
In the last 25 years a number of solid state devices have come into use. Most of these devices use semiconductor crystals. Field of electronics has been revolutionized since the discovery of transistor in 1948. The vacuum tubes have been largely replaced by solid state devices. Technological development, such as invention of integrated circuits, has further increased the dependence on semiconducti ......
Title: Electronics Devices and Circuits
Published on: 27/05/15
Author: Palanisamy P K
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 49
Price: Rs 17.15

2. SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS(Basic Electrical Engineering ) Total View (0)
 
All matter consists of fundamental constituents or elements, the tiniest particles of which are called atoms. The atom consists of a central mass called the nucleus, around which tiny, negatively charged particles, called electrons, revolve in fixed orbits, just as satellites revolve around a planet.
Title: BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
Published on: 02/04/18
Author: M V Rao
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 10.4

3. Semiconductor Physics(Physics) Total View (149)
 
Distinction between metals, semiconductors and insulators based on band theory, Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors - concept of holes - effective mass, Expression for carrier concentration and Electrical conductivity- extrinsic semiconductors- impurity states in energy band diagram and the Fermi level.
Title: Concise Physics BSc V Semester Volume 6 (503)
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Sarmistha Sahu
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21

4. Semiconductor Materials and Physics(Solid State Devices and Technology) Total View (493)
 
The growth in Electronics and Communication has been tremendous with the invention of transistor and integrated circuit technology. The major cause of reduction in size, delay, power and cost in all areas of electronics and communication is the result of improved devices and technology. Semiconductors, metals and insulators are required for fabricating electronic devices, but the crucial role is p ......
Title: Solid State Devices and Technology
Published on: 26/03/14
Author: Suresh Babu V
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 122
Price: Rs 0

5. Semiconductor Diodes(Electronics) Total View (358)
 
All matters are made up of atoms. Every atom consists of a nucleus carrying a positive charge around which electrons move in orbits at certain distance from the nucleus. Each electron has a mass of 9.11 10−31 kg and a negative charge q equal to 1.602 10−19Coulombs.
Title: Electron Devices
Published on: 27/05/15
Author: Ramesh Babu P
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 108
Price: Rs 37.8

6. Module-5(Questions and Answers)Revised(VTU Engineering Physics) Total View (0)
 

Title: VTU Engineering physics
Published on: 17/09/19
Author: Reddappa C
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 10.2

7. CHEMISTRY OF NEWER MATERIALS(UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY) Total View (1)
 
Polymers are known to have good insulating property. Later discoveries shown that polymers also conduct electricity like metals. They are called conducting polymers. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be semiconductors. The biggest advantage is that conducting polymers can be easily processed by dispersion. Generally conducting polymers are not thermoplastics. But, like insul ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 09/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 74
Price: Rs 48.1

8. CHEMISTRY OF NEWER MATERIALS(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (1)
 
Polymers are known to have good insulating property. Later discoveries shown that polymers also conduct electricity like metals. They are called conducting polymers. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be semiconductors. The biggest advantage is that conducting polymers can be easily processed by dispersion. Generally conducting polymers are not thermoplastics. But, like insul ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 10/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 74
Price: Rs 48.1

9. Conduction in Semiconductors(Electronics) Total View (156)
 

Title: Electronic Devices and Circuits
Published on: 14/04/14
Author: Sanjeev Gupta
Publisher: Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd.
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5

10. Dielectrics(Physics) Total View (212)
 
Static dielectric constant, polarizability (electronic, ionic and orientation), calculation of Lorentz field (derivation), Clausius-Mosotti equation (derivation), dielectric breakdown, electrostriction (qualitative), electrets. Piezo electric effect, cause, examples and applications
Title: Concise Physics BSc VI Semester Volume 7 (601)
Published on: 06/09/14
Author: Sarmistha Sahu
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15

11. Solved Question Paper Physics(Engineering Physics ) Total View (23)
 
December 2014
Title: Solved Question Paper Engineering Physics
Published on: 20/10/16
Author: Shankar P
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 42
Price: Rs 21

12. Engineering Physics solved model QP as per CBCS sheme(Engineering Physics ) Total View (21)
 
QP with solution
Title: Engineering Physics solved model QP as per CBCS sheme
Published on: 14/11/16
Author: Shankar P, Yogananda H S , Yashodha S R
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 14

13. Engineering Physics Solved Question Papers First/Second Semester 2015-16(Engineering Physics ) Total View (39)
 
Reduction of Planck�s law to Wein�s law and Rayleigh Jeans law: i) For shorter wavelengths, υ = c/λ is large. When υ is large, ehυ/kT is very large. . . . e hυ/kT >> 1 . . . (ehυ/kT -1) ≈ ehυ/kT = ehc/λkT Substituting in eqn 1: Uλ dλ =     d hc       5 hc/ kT e 8 1 =    C e d T C        ......
Title: Engineering Physics Model Question Papers First/Second Semester 2015-16
Published on: 25/05/17
Author: Amogh P K
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 0

14. Special Diodes(Electronics) Total View (13)
 
In previous chapter we studied about the construction and characteristics of pn junction diode. In this chapter we will study about some special diodes and their applications in detail.
Title: Electron Devices
Published on: 27/05/15
Author: Ramesh Babu P
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 44
Price: Rs 15.4

15. CONDUCTION AND BREAKDOWN IN LIQUID DIELECTRICS(Electrical ) Total View (0)
 
Liquid dielectrics are used mainly spreading through in high voltage cables and capacitors and for filling transformers, circuit breakers, etc.
Title: High Voltage Engineering
Published on: 11/10/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 7.5

16. Chapter 25(Physics) Total View (0)
 

Title: New Edges of Physics
Published on: 23/01/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 5.4

17. Energy Levels and Energy Bands(Electronics) Total View (164)
 

Title: Electronic Devices and Circuits
Published on: 14/04/14
Author: Sanjeev Gupta
Publisher: Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 0

18. FINFET TECHNOLOGY(Electronics and Communication) Total View (2)
 
With increasing demand for the portable devices like mobiles, ipads etc. there is a demand for low power devices which require small area and high speed device operation. Low power has become the topic of research for the VLSI engineers.
Title: DESIGNING WITH FINFETS
Published on: 05/03/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 29
Price: Rs 14.5

19. Semiconductor Device Physics(Electronics) Total View (161)
 

Title: Electronic Devices and Circuits
Published on: 14/04/14
Author: Sanjeev Gupta
Publisher: Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd.
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5

20. SolvedVTU Engineering Physics Model question paper-2(VTU Engineering Physics) Total View (0)
 

Title: VTU Engineering physics
Published on: 18/05/19
Author: Reddappa C
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 14.4

21. Integrated Circuit Fabrication(Electronics) Total View (4)
 
The first integrated circuits (ICs) were manufactured independently by two scientists: Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments and Robert Noyce of Fairchild semiconductors. Integrated circuits were made possible by continued experimental discoveries which showed that semiconductor devices could perform the functions of vacuum tubes.
Title: Electron Devices
Published on: 27/05/15
Author: Ramesh Babu P
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 50
Price: Rs 17.5

22. Special Semiconductor Devices(Electronics) Total View (158)
 

Title: Electronic Devices and Circuits
Published on: 14/04/14
Author: Sanjeev Gupta
Publisher: Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd.
Pages: 60
Price: Rs 45

23. Passive Circuit Components(Electronics) Total View (3)
 
The electronic components are divided into two categories i) Active components ii) Passive components. Active components are those components which have the ability to supply energy to the circuit. Examples are voltage and current sources. On the other hand passive components are those components which absorb energy. Resistors, capacitors and inductors are examples of passive components. In this c ......
Title: Electron Devices
Published on: 27/05/15
Author: Ramesh Babu P
Publisher: Scitech Publications India Pvt Ltd
Pages: 44
Price: Rs 0

24. Nanomaterials(Physics) Total View (227)
 
Synthesis techniques (Top down & bottom up) - electron confinement. Size effect - surface to volume ratio; distinction between nanomaterials & bulk materials in terms of energy band. Distinct properties of nanomaterials. Classification of nano systems - quantum dots, nanowires and nano films, Multilayered materials - Graphene, Fullerene Carbon nano tube (CNT). Application of nano materials
Title: Concise Physics BSc VI Semester Volume 7 (601)
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Sarmistha Sahu
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

25. Superconductivity(Physics) Total View (153)
 
Introduction-Experimental facts-zero resistivity- The critical field- The critical current density- Meissner effect- Type I and type II superconductors - BCS theory (qualitative)
Title: Concise Physics BSc V Semester Volume 6 (503)
Published on: 26/09/14
Author: Sarmistha Sahu
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75



 
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