Ee606_s04_lecture1 - EE606 SOLID STATE DEVICES PURDUE University Lecture 1 Reference Vol 6 Ch 1(pages 1-10 Topics Course Information General

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Unformatted text preview: EE606 SOLID STATE DEVICES PURDUE University Lecture 1 Reference Vol. 6, Ch. 1 (pages 1-10) Topics Course Information General Material Properties COURSE INFORMATION ..\..\..\PURDUE\Teaching\EE606\course announcement.doc THIS COURSE AND YOUR WORK Statistical Mechanics Quantum Mechanics 1870-1930 Bipolar Devices 1947- Modern Bipolar Devices 1995- MOSFET 1965- Modern MOSFETs 1995- Other physical and biological Systems 1. Carefully understand the assumptions and see if they hold. 2. Really learn to use the techniques under variety of situations. 3. Ask “what if” questions to apply these concepts to other problems Your Work Current Flow Through A Semiconductor (First 5 Weeks) J J = G V = q n v Carrier Density velocity n = carrier density (Quantum Mechanics + Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics => encapsulate into concepts of effective masses and occupation factors (first 4 chapters) v = velocity of carriers (transport with scattering, non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics => encapsulated into drift-diffusion equation with recombination-generation...
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2010 for the course ECE 606 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Ee606_s04_lecture1 - EE606 SOLID STATE DEVICES PURDUE University Lecture 1 Reference Vol 6 Ch 1(pages 1-10 Topics Course Information General

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