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Solid State Physics and Devices-the Harbinger of Third Wave of Civilization

Collection by: Bijay_Kumar Sharma. E-mail the author

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Summary: In this collection we give the developments in Integrated Circuit Technology over the last 50 years as the Prologue. Next the main text is given. The main text covers the syllabus of Solid State Physics and Devices as well as the syllabus of Electronic Materials Science which is given in B.Tech Curriculum. The main text is concluded with Epilogue which covers the major socio-economic-political changes which have taken place with the advent of Solid State Physics.

Instructor: Bijay Kumar Sharma

Institution: National Institute of Technology,Patna

Collection Number: EC1301

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