Electronic Materials Science Starting in the 1960s the field of materials science has undergone significant changes,
from a field derived largely from well-established disciplines of metallurgy and ceramics
to a field that includes microelectronics, polymers, biomaterials, and nanotechnology. The
stringent materials requirements, such as extreme purity, perfect...
Electric Refractory Materials
This book provides a state-of-the-art overview of electric refractory materials as exotic materials
(i.e., metallic and semiconducting refractory materials) from fundamental properties to application
in a wide variety of electronics. The metallic ceramics or metalloids are the transition metal
carbides, nitrides, and diborides of...
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