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Electronic processes in solids

Pierre Raoul Aigrain

Electronic processes in solids

by Pierre Raoul Aigrain

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Published by Technology P., Wiley in Chichester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementbased on lectures given by Pierre R. Aigrain, prepared by Rowland J. Coelho and Gianni Ascarelli.
SeriesResearch monographs
ContributionsCoelho, Roland J., Ascarelli, Gianni.
The Physical Object
Pagination67p.,24cm
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19278258M

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Modeling ultrafast electronic processes in solids excited by femtosecond VUV-XUV laser Pulse. Simple crystal lattices. Atoms in molecules and solids are bound together by the valence electrons which have been supplied by them and are shared among them. In this chapter we will consider the motion of atoms under given interatomic forces without asking about their nature – the electronic origin of the bonds. We will confine ourselves to solids and study some simple .

This book, Dielectric Phenomena in Solids, would appeal to the interests of many of our readers, especially those who work with piezoelectric, ferroelectric, pyroelectric, electrets, and electro-optic solid materials. Many of the materials described would be used in sensors, microphones, pulse generators, capacitors, and electro-optical devices. Introduction to Electronic Engineering 8 Preface Preface Electronics is a science about the devices and processes that use electromagnetic energy conversion to transfer, process, and store energy, signals and data in energy, control, and computer systems. This science plays an important role in the world progress.


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Since the pioneering research of Fren­ kel, Wannier and the Pohl group in the s, a large number of experimental and theoretical studies have been made. In turn, the valence electron distribution can be considerably modified from the isolated atom or ion.

A general description of solids must, therefore, consider the electronic structure in the first place. Fur- thermore, the dynamical processes discussed in this book are mostly optically excited or electron mediated. About this book. Introduction. This book presents an account of the course "Advances in Nonradiative Processes in Solids" held in Erice, Italy, from June 15 to 29, This meeting was organized by the International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy of the "Ettore Majorana" Centre for Scientific Culture.

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This ARW was held at Szklarska Poreba, Wroclaw, Poland from May 20, and brought together scientists from Canada, England, Germany. In general, a dielectric is considered as a non-conducting or insulating material (such as a ceramic or polymer used to manufacture a microelectronic device). This book describes the laws governing all dielectric phenomena.

Since the first edition of this highly successful book the field saw many great developments both in experimental and theoretical studies of electrical properties of non-crystalline solids. It became necessary to rewrite nearly the whole book, while the aims of the second edition remained the same: to set out the theoretical concepts, to test them by comparison with experiment for a.

Electronic Properties of Crystalline Solids: An Introduction to Fundamentals discusses courses in the electronic properties of solids taught in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University.

The book starts with a brief review of classical wave mechanics, discussing concept of waves and their role in the. Get this from a library. Electronic processes in solids: based on lectures given [at] Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May, [P Aigrain; Roland J Coelho; Gianni Ascarelli].

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Chapter 5 describes the p-n junction and some of its applications.