Electronic Material Science and Surfaces, Interfaces, and Thin Films for Microelectronics
Materials Science is predicated on the understanding of why materials behave in the way that they do. This set, consisting of Surfaces, Interfaces, and Films for Microelectronics and Electronic Materials Science by Eugene Irene introduces the reader to the field of materials science, providing extensive coverage of surfaces, interfaces and film fundamentals for microelectronics, as well as the physics and chemistry of microelectronics processing. Such information is designed to provide a basis for the understanding of existing microelectronic applications as well as to inform the design of new ones. Written by an expert with more than 25 years teaching experience in this field, this readily accessible set is appropriate as a primary text for undergraduate and graduate students and will also serve as a valuable resource to professionals who require self-study.
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