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1. Introduction 1.1 Scope of the Course 1.1.1 General Remarks 1.1.2 Exercises 1.2 Introduction to the Course 1.2.1 Some General Remarks 1.2.2 Electronic Materials and Electronic Products 1.3 Required Reading and Exercises 1.3.1 General Remarks 1.3.2 Ohms Law and Materials Properties 1.3.3 Ohms Law and Classical Physics 1.3.4 The Hall Effect 1.3.5 Averaging Vectors Contents of Chapter 1 file:///L|/hyperscripts/elmat_en/kap_1/backbone/r1.html [02.10.2007 15:45:22]
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Electrical Engineers usually have little specialized knowledge of chemical reactions or solid state mechanics. And yet, our ability to fabricate semiconductor devices depends critically on our understanding of these items. Murarka and Peckerar Preface to their text book 1. Introduction 1.1 Scope of the Course 1.1.1 General Remarks Some Important Links For a detailed table of contents use the link The organization, timetable, etc. for the running term can be found in the link. If you like to read prefaces , just click. For book recommendations: Consult the list of books What is Special About this Course The lecture course "Electronic Materials" has a somewhat special status for two reasons: 1. It is far to short to really cover the topic appropriately, but yet, it overlaps with other courses . The reason for this is the mix of students who are required to take this course (see below). 2. It had a special format for the exercise part 1) . Unfortunately, in the fall term of 2004 , this exercise format had to be abandoned for various reasons in favor of the more classical format. Relation to Other Courses This graduate course " Electronic Materials " (in German: Werkstoffe der Elektrotechnik und Sensorik I) is a required course for 1.1.1 Introduction file:///L|/hyperscripts/elmat_en/kap_1/backbone/r1_1_1.html (1 of 3) [02.10.2007 15:45:22]
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Study Course 1. All Materials Science Diploma students 2. All Master of Mat. Science and Engineering students. 3. All Electrical Engineering Diploma students. 4. All "Wirtschafts-Ingenieur ET&IT" Diploma students. Exactly what "required" means depends on your study course - look up your "Prüfungsordnung". Essentially the following rules obtain: The first three study courses must pass the written examination, the last one must obtain the "Schein" for the exercise class Even if you are not required to obtain the exercise "Schein" or the 1.5 ECTS "Credit Points", it is highly recommended to participate in the exercise class since it is a preparation for the examination! It interacts with several other courses in the materials science and electrical engineering curriculum. There is considerable overlap with the following courses Silicon Technology I + II (In German: Halbleitertechnologie I + II) This course is required for Matwiss students in the Diploma track and electrical engineers specializing in solid state electronics.
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