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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxii
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-15
    2. Tim Smeeton, Colin Humphreys
      Pages 3-15
  3. Fundamental Properties

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 17-228
    2. Safa Kasap, Cyril Koughia, Harry Ruda, Robert Johanson
      Pages 19-45
    3. Safa Kasap, Cyril Koughia, Jai Singh, Harry Ruda, Stephen OʼLeary
      Pages 47-77
    4. Charbel Tannous, Jacek Gieraltowski
      Pages 79-100
    5. Wilfried Ammon
      Pages 101-120
    6. Derek Shaw
      Pages 121-135
    7. Monica Brinza, Jan Willekens, Mohammed Benkhedir, Guy Adriaenssens
      Pages 137-146
    8. Sergei Baranovskii, Oleg Rubel
      Pages 161-186
    9. Leonard Dissado
      Pages 187-212
    10. Harry Tuller
      Pages 213-228
  4. Growth and Characterization

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 229-438
    2. Fumio Shimura
      Pages 255-269
    3. Peter Capper, Stuart Irvine, Tim Joyce
      Pages 271-301
    4. Jifeng Wang, Minoru Isshiki
      Pages 325-342
    5. Paul Brown
      Pages 343-371
    6. David Sykes
      Pages 373-384
    7. Safa Kasap, Dan Tonchev
      Pages 385-408
  5. Materials for Electronics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 439-731
    2. Shlomo Hava, Mark Auslender
      Pages 441-480
    3. Peter Ashburn, Darren Bagnall
      Pages 481-498
    4. Mike Brozel
      Pages 499-536
    5. Magnus Willander, Milan Friesel, Qamar-ul Wahab, Boris Straumal
      Pages 537-563
    6. Kazuo Morigaki, Chisato Ogihara
      Pages 565-580
    7. Akihisa Matsuda
      Pages 581-595
    8. Roger Whatmore
      Pages 597-623
    9. Robert Wallace
      Pages 625-657
    10. Robert Gould
      Pages 659-716
    11. Neil White
      Pages 717-731
  6. Materials for Optoelectronics and Photonics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 733-1091
    2. Sadao Adachi
      Pages 735-752
    3. Ali Teke, Hadis Morkoç
      Pages 753-804
    4. Brian Foutz, Stephen OʼLeary, Michael Shur, Lester Eastman
      Pages 805-828
    5. Jifeng Wang, Minoru Isshiki
      Pages 829-842
    6. Gertrude Neumark, Yinyan Gong, Igor Kuskovsky
      Pages 843-854
    7. Stephen Sweeney, Alfred Adams
      Pages 887-916
    8. David Dunmur, Geoffrey Luckhurst
      Pages 917-951
    9. David Weiss, Martin Abkowitz
      Pages 953-982
    10. Andy Edgar
      Pages 983-996
    11. Mark Fox, Radu Ispasoiu
      Pages 1021-1040
    12. Ray DeCorby
      Pages 1041-1061
    13. Keiji Tanaka
      Pages 1063-1074

About this book

Introduction

The Springer Handbook of Electronic and Photonic Materials has been prepared to give a broad coverage of a wide range of electronic and photonic materials, starting from fundamentals and building up to advanced topics and applications. Its wide coverage with clear illustrations and applications, its chapter sequencing and logical flow, make it very different than other electronic materials handbooks. Each chapter has been prepared either by experts in the field or instructors who have been teaching the subject at a university or in corporate laboratories.

The handbook provides an accessible treatment of the material by developing the subject matter in easy steps and in a logical flow. Wherever possible, the sections have been logically sequenced to allow a partial coverage at the beginning of the chapter for those who only need a quick overview of the subject. Additional valuable features include the practical applications used as examples, details on experimental techniques, useful tables that summarize equations, and, most importantly, properties of various materials.

The handbook also has an extensive glossary at the end being helpful to those readers whose background may not be directly in the field.

 

Key Topics

 

  • Fundamental Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Properties
  • Materials Growth and Characterization
  • Materials for Electronics
  • Materials for Optoelectronics and Photonics
  • Novel Materials
  • Selected Applications

 

 

Features

  • Contains over 600 two-color illustrations
  • Includes over 100 comprehensive tables summarizing equations, experimental techniques and properties of various materials
  • Emphasizes physical concepts over extensive mathematical derivations
  • Parts and chapters with summaries, detailed index and fully searchable CD-ROM guarantee quick access to data and links to other sources
  • Delivers a wealth of up-to-date references
  • Incorporates a detailed Glossary of Terms

Keywords

Electronic and Optical Materials Electronics and Microelectronics MRWCat2006 Materials Science Optoelectronics Photonic Materials Properties of Electronic Materials Properties of Photonic Materials Solid State Physics dgao 2007

Editors and affiliations

  • Safa Kasap
    • 1
  • Peter Capper
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Electrical EngineeringUniversity of SaskatchewanSaskatoonCanada
  2. 2.Materials Team LeaderSELEX Sensors and Airborne Systems Infrared Ltd.SouthamptonUK

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