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eBook Silicon Processing for the VLSI Era, Vol. 1: Process Technology ePub

by Stanley Wolf,Richard N. Tauber

  • ISBN: 0961672137
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Stanley Wolf,Richard N. Tauber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lattice Press; 1st edition (January 1986)
  • Pages: 660
  • ePub book: 1606 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1354 kb
  • Other: azw docx lit txt
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 761

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Book by Wolf, Stanley, Tauber, Richard . This book was for the aluminum era and is now totally out of date. Books 3 and 4 are what people should be reading and I'm sorry to say they too aren't any more near the cutting edge of technology.

This book was for the aluminum era and is now totally out of date. If you want a book to study the historical nature of processes, then it's an amazing book, very in depth and covers most of the important processes of the time. 3 people found this helpful.

Book by Wolf, Stanley, Tauber, Richard .

Stanley Wolf, Richard N. Tauber. The companion volumes to this book are Volume 1- Process Technology and Volume 3- The Submicron MOSFET. Categories: Technique\Electronics: VLSI. Volume: Vol. 2. Год: 1990. org to approved e-mail addresses. You may be interested in. Silicon Processing for the VLSI Era: Process Technology. Stanley Wolf, Richard N.

Silicon Processing for the VLSI Era: Process Technology. Скачать (pdf, 3. 8 Mb). Lattice Press, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 890 pages.

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This book provides an outstanding presentation of Silicon processing technology that is technically current, rich in detail, and most importantly, factually correct. I especially enjoyed that fact that in each chapter of the book the basic principles underlying a technology are explained first, and these explanations are then integrated into descriptions of the relevant technology (.

Wolf, Stanley; Tauber, Richard N. Published by Lattice Pr. ISBN 10: 0961672161 ISBN 13: 9780961672164.

Book by Wolf, Stanley, Tauber, Richard N.

Comments

Fato Fato
The book arrived fast and it was in mint condition. It arrived just in time for my class. Thank you seller. Now about the book. Most boring book that I'd ever read. Reading this book is like eating toast without drinking tea while being thirsty. But oh well I got my B+ for the course so I'm not complaining. I'm sure there most be better books out there on this subject. This book is not for beginners. Material is not presented clearly if you are new to this area of study.
Felolak Felolak
This book was arrived on time in good condition as mentioned by the seller. This book is really good for all i.e. BS, MS or PhD or EE and related areas. I purchased this book for reference and saw much details for the semicondutor device process integration. You won't find so much details in any other book. This book is also good for the practicing semiconductor processing professionals. If you have basic knowledge of semiconductor process and devices then this book is for you or may be whoever want to learn.
Blackstalker Blackstalker
Excellent reference book and very details explanation! you won't find it any other similar books. it is am excellent reference book for graduate students, scientists and engineers. Guys you will love it.
asAS asAS
This book was for the aluminum era and is now totally out of date. Books 3 and 4 are what people should be reading and I'm sorry to say they too aren't any more near the cutting edge of technology.
If you want a book to study the historical nature of processes, then it's an amazing book, very in depth and covers most of the important processes of the time.
Arryar Arryar
ok book ( a bit outdated though). Needed this for a class requirement. Did the job
Hunaya Hunaya
I don't like this series. Vol 1, 2 were used when I was in University
The series just gave you overview. It won't explain in details. You have to research on your own. Since silicon processing changes in very fast pace, these books may already be out of date (almost 4 years ago). But it is still good reference.
Basically, this book is just collection of the technical papers. I can find some articles are almost 'word by word' copied from the reference Journals and technical papers.
Neverless, it still saves a lot of time to go to the library and get the journals (This may be the only good things I can find. THe journals are not cheap. IEEE subscripts for site is over $20K. There are more than IEEE journals in these books). When I have to get journals in library, it took 'long time' to search and go to the shelf to get the journal I want.
However, I won't be very impressed in the book. As I said, this book is just summary of the reference journals. Sometimes (if not all the time), I can find the articles in the book are almost 'word by word' copied from the technical journals without any further explanation. I really doubt anyone knows the "details of physics" behind. But in the industrial, most people just trial and error, very little physics behind. I would say nobody cares too much physics, it took too much time to research and it is too difficult to keep up with new technilogies.
Gavirim Gavirim
The book is really resourceful, however it's very dense. It is meant for an advanced reader.
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