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Problem Set 11 E-344 Due: Wednesday, 3 May, 2006 Spring 2006 By 5:00 PM at B-010 From Section 9 Problems posted on the Core. 13. Capacitor 15. Silica, pure and with impurities 16. doping 18. T-dependence of resistivity in Cu and in Si 22. intrinsic/extrinsic carriers in Si 25. Al in Si and Si in Al 26. majority carriers
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Unformatted text preview: 26. majority carriers 28. processing of a Cu contact pad Scan the multiple choice review questions and practice on many of them. From Section 10 Problems posted on the Core. 14. Magnetic domain size 19. B r and H c for different applications Scan both multiple choice review questions and practice on both of them....
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