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Ohmic Contacts

In many cases we wish to have an ohmic metal-semiconductor contact, having a linear I-V characteristic in both biasing directions. For example, the surface of a typical integrated circuit is a maze of p and n regions, which must be contacted and interconnected. It is important that such contacts be ohmic, with minimal resistance and no tendency to rectify signals. Read this topic
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    ThermoDynamics 5th Edition PK Nag-Solutions

    the solved questions of PK Nag's Thermodynamics 5th edition book


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    Re: ThermoDynamics 5th Edition PK Nag-Solutions

    thank you very much for providing solved questions of PK Nag's Thermodynamics 5th edition book

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    Re: ThermoDynamics 5th Edition PK Nag-Solutions

    ]thank you very much for providing solved questions of PK Nag's Thermodynamics 5th edition book[/QUOTE]

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