Principles of electrical engineering materials and devices kasap pdf

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Principles of Electrical Engineering Materials and Devices by Safa O. Kasap

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EEE 3394.901 Electronic Materials: Chapter 1 (Pt.1) Updated

Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices 3rd Edition Pdf

Designed for the first course on Electronic Materials for Electronics and Electrical Engineering students at the undergraduate level, this text has broad coverage of properties of electronic materials that today's engineers need. Numerous worked examples, practice problems, illustrations and photographs make this a very student friendly book. Key features Emphasis on Physical ideas: Principles have been developed with emphasis on physical ideas. Involves minimum mathematics making this a student friendly book. Certified Buyer , Coimbatore.

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It is designed for a first course on electronic materials given in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Physics Departments at the undergraduate level. The second edition has numerous revisions, additional sections such as "Phonons" and "Optoelectronic Materials and Devices", more solved problems, and a completely new chapter on "Optical Properties of Materials". The revisions have improved the rigour without sacrificing the original semiquantitative approach that the students liked. For example, the thermoelectric effect now includes the Mott-Jones index x which is normally treated at the graduate level but has been introduced here through a semiquantitative discussion to explain the true sign of the Seebeck coefficient in metals one of the most difficult graduate topics in quantum mechanics of metals. The problems have also been updated and various difficult figures have been redrafted to enhance the pedagogy. The CD includes colour overhead transparency diagrams that can be printed by instructors and students on any colour printer; an illustrated dictionary of electronic materials and devices; numerous selected topics and solved problems.

Totally revised, updated, new topics, more sections, more explanations, more illustrations, more photos, more solved problems and worked examples, more home work problems, more practical applications A comprehensive coverage of electronic materials with many practical examples and solved problems. Clear Illustrations and numerous photos. A complete Solutions Manual in color for instructors. A complete course in Power Point slides. The Fourth Edition continues to be an introductory up-to-date textbook in electronic materials devices suitable for a half or one semester course at the undergraduate level in electrical engineering, materials science, engineering physics, physics and chemistry departments. The principles are developed with the minimum of mathematics and with the emphasis on physical concepts. Just about every concept has a clear illustration to aid learning.

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