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    The creation of affordable high speed optical communications using standard semiconductor manufacturing technology is a principal aim of silicon photonics research.
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    Today, the silicon feedstock for photovoltaic cells comes from processes which were originally developed for the microelectronic industry. It covers almost 90% of the photovoltaic market, with...
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    Silicon Carbide Biotechnology provides not only the materials and biomedical engineering communities with a seminal reference book on SiC that they can use to further develop the technology, but to...
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    Volume 1 of the multi-volume reference, BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology, focuses on synthetic nanodevices and the synthesis of nanomaterials and the generation of nanoscale features. The...
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    Semiconductor gas sensors are an essential class of sensor with a wide range of applications in safety and environmental monitoring. This important book summarises recent research on principles,...
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    This book covers the bulk growth of semiconductors, i.e. silicon, gallium arsenide, cadmium mercury telluride, indium phosphide, indium antimonide, gallium nitride, cadmium zinc telluride, a range of...
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    How much further should the affluent world push its material consumption? Does relative dematerialization lead to absolute decline in demand for materials? These and many other questions are...
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    The approach of this concise but comprehensive introduction, covering all major classes of materials, is right for not just materials science students and professionals, but also for those in...
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    This book is designed as an introduction for graduate students, engineers, and researchers who want to understand the current status and future trends of micro- and nano-electronic materials and...
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    Amorphous Chalcogenides focuses on their imaging applications and related properties. It examines the two groups of amorphous semiconductors that are of most commercial interest: