A semiconductor is a material that has a resistivity value between that of a conductor and an insulator. Devices made from semiconductor materials are the foundation of modern electronics, including radio, computers, telephones and many other devices.
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New Semiconductor Materials - Characteristics and Properties
This electronic archive from the Ioffe Institute contains frequently needed information for the most important semiconductor materials. The archive includes physical properties of semiconductors and heterostructures such as band, optical, electrical, mechanical, thermal and other properties.
Britney's Guide to Semiconductor Physics
Semiconductor physics with a bias towards semiconductor lasers.
Principles of Semiconductor Devices
Electronic text on the principles of semicondcutor devices.
Article from Wikipedia on the physics of semiconductors.
Semiconductor Physics: Research and Publications
Recent progress in semiconductor physics, focussing on two-dimensional electron systems (2DESs), the fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE), and superlattices (SLs). A new field-effect transistor is described, fabricated by molecular beam epitaxy and cleaved-edge overgrowth.
Downloadable module from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois.
Universität Leipzig: Semiconductor Physics Group
Research on nanotechnology and self-assembling techniques for novel materials and devices based on atomic monolayers, quantum wires and quantum dots.
What are Semiconductors?
A workshop module on the scientific principle of semiconductors, resources and references.
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