Most of the materials in this book originated from the author's lecture notes for an applied modern physics course. The author made a significant effort to show students the practical applications of modern physics concepts to semiconductors and semiconductor devices and their use in electronics circuits in a single book that is very difficult to find in any other popular text. The material in this book is intended for upper division undergraduate and graduate students majoring in science and engineering.... textbook came in 2003 when the author was approached by a physics and astronomy department chair person, Professor William Taylor, at the California State University Los ... It is very difficult to find a modern physics book made for both EE and other science majors. ... The material in this book is intended for upper division undergraduate and graduate students majoring in science and engineering.
|Title||:||Introduction to Applied Modern Physics|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-01-01|