Homework 1 (10/28/2013 Mon) 110 pts in total
1. When a cantilever sags by its own weight, the displacement at the tip is expressed as:
4
,
wl
8EI
where w: weight per unit length, g: gravitational acceleration, E: Young's modulus, I : moment of
inertia (=b
Micro System design
1)
Solution:
In his first lecture There is plenty of room at the bottom Dr. R. Feynman mainly speaks about
the problem of manipulating and controlling things on a small scale. The talk had many
interesting and inspiring ideas, but the
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HW#4 (Due 11/21 Mon)
Please put the answers of 1(a)-(d), 4(a)-(d) into a .tdb file, with the file name:
hw4+your student#.tdb. For example: hw4g883145.tdb. Mail this file to TAs email
address
Micro & Nano Technology 2016
NEMS5100
Micro & Nano Technology
Homework 4
Due: Nov. 18, 2016 (At the beginning of lecture!)
Question, please use office hour or email: [email protected]
Problem 1: Master/Mold formation (25 points)
A microfluidic system w
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Fall/2016, Hw#1,p1
Hw #1 (Due Mon. 10/3, 2016, before lecture)
1.! After you read Dr. R. Feynmans 2 lectures, There is plenty of room at the
bottom and Infinitesimal Machinery, please write a short assay (<500
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Fall/2016, HW#2, p1
HW #2 (Due 10/17 Mon)
1. A simple pn junction diode is shown in cross section in the following figure.
Make a possible process flow chart with cross section view for fabrication of
this struc
3)
a) TELEDYNE DALSA:
Figure 1: a) Integrated MEMS capillary electrophoresis device
b) Section showing polymer micro-channels over silicon substrate
Teledyne DALSA is an international leader in high performance digital imaging and
semiconductors with appr
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Fall/2016, HW#3, p1
HW #3 (Due 10/31 Mon)
1. (1) Prove the angles we can see on the parallegram shape in the figure when we do
bulk etching on <110> wafers.
<111>
C
<111>
70.5
100 m
Ba
125.25
b
B
109.5
A
A
C
3 m
HW#5
Using the MOSIS/SCNA 2 m process with an-isotropic post-process in EDP,
design an accelerometer which meets the following specs:
Layout fits inside a rectangular area of 25 mm2.
Include a full Wheatstone bridge for readout.
Make bonding pad to testin
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3) To Prove: The maximum speed V that the rowing shell can approach is proportional to n
Solution:
In order to prove the above, the following assumptions are made:
a) The design of the rowing shells below the waterline is isometric, for different num
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small band gap
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upper (conduction) band
empty
small gap
valence band
filled
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2s
2p
2p
2s
hybrid (s+p)band
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2p
no gap
2s
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(depend on the crystallographic orientation
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WAVE
- A wave is a disturbance which is periodic in space and time.
- A vibration is a disturbance which is periodic in space or time.
=Asin(2x/-t)
=Asin(kx-t)
Phase
velocity=frequency x wavelength
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Diffractio
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Explanation of Resistance (Particle Nature)
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GRAIN BOUNDARY
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Explanation of Resistance (Wave Nature)
(with perfec
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for free electron
=kx
for periodic potential
=kx+2n/a
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dispersion relationship
for free electron
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dispersion relationship
for electron in periodic
potential
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or
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or
Sund
Physical Properties of
Materials
Fu-Rong Chen
text book: Electronic Properties of Materials
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Introduction
The electron theory of solid is capable of explaining the
optical, magnetic, thermal, as well as the electri
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The Wavefunction Postulate
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It is one of the postulates of quantum mechanics that for a physical system consisting of
a particle there is an associated wavefunction. This wavefunction determines everything
that can be known about
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(1)
(2)
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(within a crystal)
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small ba
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V(x)
and given the dependence upon both position and time, we try a wavefunction of the
form
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Presuming that the wavefunction represents a state of definite energy E, the equation can be separated
by the requiremen