The Physics of MOS Insulators focuses on the experiments, research, and discussions made on MOS insulators.
Divided into eight parts and having 72 chapters, the selection features the lengthy literature of contributors in the field of biochemistry who have continuously worked to highlight the structure, properties, applications, processes, experiments, and research done on MOS insulators.
Scattered within the numerous chapters of the selection are experiments that are supported by lengthy discussions and data necessary to validate the claims of the authors. Although the chapters cover different topics, generally, they present how MOS insulators have captured the interest of biochemists and other individuals who are interested in this discipline. The papers generally include samples and measurements, observations, discussions, numerical representations, methodologies, conclusions, and recommendations.
This book is a dependable source of information for those who are keen enough to study the physics of MOS insulators. This text is highly recommended to biochemists, students, and scholars who find this area of study interesting.
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|Size: ||44.2 MB|
|Date published: || 1980|
|ISBN: ||9781483162447 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|