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Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces,

by A. Hiraki

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Published by Ios Pr Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Circuits & components,
  • Condensed matter physics (liquids & solids),
  • Semi-conductors & super-conductors,
  • General,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12807276M
    ISBN 10905199205X
    ISBN 109789051992052

    A two dimensional surface plasmon mode is bound at the metal-semiconductor interface, therefore avoiding the usual lateral air confinement for the laser. This is combined with an independent electron . The emphasis is placed on the interplay among the theory, processing, and characterization techniques in the development of practical metal-semiconductor contacts and devices. This volume contains chapters that are devoted to the discussion of the physics of metal-semiconductor interfaces .

    Metal-semiconductor contacts showing rectifying properties are finding more and more applications in modern semiconductor devices technology(1) Apart from the fact that they are comparatively easy. Metal/semiconductor interface: (a) In the simplified where the interface band alignment is solely determined by the materials work functions, schematically draw the interface band structure between .

    An Essential Guide to Electronic Material Surfaces and Interfaces is a streamlined yet comprehensive introduction that covers the basic physical properties of electronic materials, the experimental . Metal/semiconductor interfaces in nanoscale objects: synthesis, emerging properties and applications of hybrid nanostructures various synthetic mechanisms for the formation of hybrid nanostructures of various complexities containing at least one metal/semiconductor interface.


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Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces, by A. Hiraki Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book represents the work presented at a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Metallization and Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces", held at the Technical University of Munich, Garching, W. Germany from August The major focus of the workshop was to evaluate critically the progress made in the area of metal-semiconductor interfaces.

This book represents the work presented at a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Metallization and Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces", held at the Technical University of Munich, Garching, W.

Brand: Springer US. The emphasis is placed on the interplay among the theory, processing, and characterization techniques in the development of practical metal-semiconductor contacts and devices.

This volume contains chapters that are devoted to the discussion of the physics of metal-semiconductor interfaces 3/5(1). Almost all semiconductor devices contain metal-semiconductor, insulator-semiconductor, insulator-metal and/or semiconductor-semiconductor interfaces; and their electronic properties determine the device.

The emphasis is placed book the interplay among the theory, processing, and characterization techniques in the development of practical metal-semiconductor contacts and devices.

This volume contains chapters that are devoted to the discussion of the physics of metal-semiconductor interfaces Book Edition: 1. Electrochemisty at Metal and Semiconductor Electrodes covers the structure of the electrical double layer and charge transfer reactions across the electrode/electrolyte interface.

The purpose of the book is. Control of Semiconductor Interfaces Proceedings Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces the First International Symposium, on Control of Semiconductor Interfaces, Karuizawa, Japan, 8–12 November, Metal-semiconductor interfaces are extremely important components of microelectronic devices.

This book. About this book An advanced level textbook covering geometric, chemical, and electronic structure of electronic materials, and their applications to devices based on semiconductor surfaces, metal-semiconductor interfaces.

Book Condition: Spine is creased. Clean text. Book has been checked twice and no writing or highlighting in text was found. Cover shows only moderate wear. There is a bookplate from the original owner. There is a name written on the page edges, visible when the book Cited by: Lecture 17 - Metal-Semiconductor Junction Ma Contents: 1.

Ideal metal-semiconductor junction in TE 2. Ideal metal-semiconductor junction outside equilib­ rium Reading assignment: del. Silicide-Si interfaces are more stable than metal-silicon interfaces.

After metal is deposited on Si, an annealing step is applied to form a silicide-Si contact. The term metal-silicon contact includes silicide File Size: KB. Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces Metal-Semiconductor contact Schottky Barrier/Diode Ohmic Contacts MESFET ECE * * * * * * * * * * * * * ECE Device Building Blocks Schottky (MS) p-n junction Missing: book.

Interfaces between metal and semiconductor may be found almost every-where in contemporary electronics. Often the metal is there just to serve as a contact to p-n junctions in the semiconductor.

At other times, the metal-semiconductor interface. interface with respect to the depth of the semiconductor layer. (The depletion region is where minority-carrier effects such as recombination become significant.) The total current density J is then approximately the same as the majority carrier current density because the metal-semiconductor interfaces Missing: book.

Heine [] considered the quantum-mechanical tunneling effect at metal–semiconductor interfaces and noted that for energies in the semiconductor band gap, the volume states of the metal have tails in the Cited by: Ultrahigh vacuum and optical spectroscopies for characterizing metal-semiconductor interfaces Diffraction patterns from (a) a clean Si(ll 1)-(7 x 7) surface, and (b) the same surface plus about Author: Leonard Brillson.

Metal-semiconductor interfaces are an integral part of silicon chips and hence have been the subject of a great deal of research.

This collection of papers was written by members of a project on "Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces. Almost all metal-semiconductor or Schottky contacts exhibit rectifying behaviour which is caused by a depletion layer on the semiconductor side of the interface.

The electronic properties of a Schottky Cited by: Metallization and Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces. [Inder P Batra] -- This book represents the work presented at a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Metallization and Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces.

reaction kinetics, and their correlation to the device performances. In this book chapter, we provide a thorough discussion of these three topics. Phases of Metal-Semiconductor Compound Contacts. An ideal Ohmic contact is a low resistance, and non-rectifying junction with no potential exists between the the metal-semiconductor interface.

Consider the case in Figure 1 (b), the MS. Metal Semiconductor Contacts book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This second edition brings a greatly expanded treatment of th /5(3).The ideal metal-semiconductor theory assumes that both materials are infinitely pure, that there is no interaction between the two materials and no unwanted interfacial layer.

Chemical reactions between the metal and the semiconductor alter the barrier height as do interface .