As a undergrad electrical engineering student I found this book a horrible choice for an introductory level semiconductor class.
It is also very much an engineering text rather than a physics text, for the focus is squarely placed on the technology and not the underlying solid-state physics.
The presentation and pictures attached here is well depicted and really helps the reader to the understanding of the material completely.
I'm currently studying electrical engineering, and was interested in learning about semiconductors, so I signed up for a class. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Grace Duncan
This book is written like a research paper... The author clearly understands semiconductor physics and is able to throw a bunch of facts and figures at the reader. Read morePublished 6 months ago by dan
does not match non international one version 3 must add more words to have amazon take itamazon take it amazon take itPublished 14 months ago by a
it is not the same book that i should use in class, so i did not read too much of this book.Published 14 months ago by SARAH
This class at least in my opinion is one of the more difficult classes and the book goes into more than enough explanation and detail for my class that I felt I understood the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Hunter
Makes an otherwise complex subject seem simple by the way it is presented.I found it to be an exceptionally well written text, and would encourage anyone who is interested in the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by engineer
I feel like this book leaves out necessary explanations on solid state physics to appreciate or fully understand semiconductor devices. Knowing that S.M. Read morePublished on February 3, 2013 by Chemil