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Michael B May 08, 2003, 07:56pm EDT Report Abuse
This article is superb! I sure wish it been around a few years ago when I was taking my semiconductor physics course; now that I've read these first 3 articles, I finally understand the difference between electrons and holes, and understand what makes pn junctions work.

Well done, Dan, on making a notoriously tough subject understandable!


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Jerry McGuire May 09, 2003, 03:54pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Re: Semiconductor Physics, Part 3

It is a great article.. thanks! I especially appreciate the inclusion of an explanation on conventional vs REAL current flow theory, it would be nice if the conventional theory would finally die out of our educational institutes, but it is a slow process.


Brian Richardson May 10, 2003, 02:16am EDT Report Abuse
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Thank you very much for writing this article. I could never understand how that all worked until I read this series on semiconductor physics. It has been a great eye opener to me. Thanks a lot.

Ze Roberto May 14, 2003, 01:37pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Re: Semiconductor Physics, Part 3
Hi!

Congratulations, very good article!
It really helped to understand semiconductors better.
I'm looking forward to the next part :)
--> Then maybe at last I will understand what happens in these CPU's :)

ciao, roberto

robert diiorio May 14, 2003, 02:29pm EDT Report Abuse
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Wonderful work in explaining semiconductor behavior, very clear and concise. I wish I had this when I was first taught the properties of semiconductors 33 years ago. Keep up the good work!
Robert Diiorio/nyc

man hilltop Dec 20, 2004, 06:49pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Re: Semiconductor Physics, Part 3
Dan, this is a thoughtful presentation. A good contribution to Hardwareanalysis. I look ahead to part 4.
Thanks



 

    
 
 

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