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nano HUB .org online simulations and more Network for Computational Nanotechnology MOS Capacitors: Theory  and Modeling Dragica Vasileska, ASU Semiconductor ( p -type or n -type) V metal oxide oxide thickness d ox The Si MOSFET is the most important solid-state device for modern electronics. To understand its operation, we first need to understand the MOS capacitors:
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nano HUB .org online simulations and more Network for Computational Nanotechnology sc M Φ = Φ FM E FS E M Φ sc Φ sc χ Vacuum level F g sc M q E ϕ - + χ = Φ 2 F q ϕ C E V E n -type semiconductor i E F g sc M q E ϕ + + χ = Φ 2 p -type semiconductor FM E FS E M Φ sc Φ sc χ F q ϕ C E V E i E Energy-band diagram of IDEAL MOS  capacitor
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nano HUB .org online simulations and more Network for Computational Nanotechnology Ideal MOS capacitor under accumulation bias conditions: p -type SC G V - holes ox d G Q - S Q ) ( x ρ x FM E FS E C E V E i E Accumulation of majority holes G qV x -axis Energy Accumulation
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nano HUB .org online simulations and more Network for Computational Nanotechnology Ideal MOS capacitor under
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